How to Create a Status Page?

How to Create a Status Page?

Learn how to set up and use Status Page with our easy guide. For more details about its features, hop over to our Status Page Happy exploring!

  1. Click to the “Organizations” tab on the left side.
  2. Find the card of the organization you want to create Status Page then click it to access the dashboard.

  3. Find the “Status Pages” tab on the left side and click

  4. Click to the "New Status page" to create.

  5. Write your title name.

  6. Input your Subdomain.

    Just a heads up – if you try to use a subdomain that's already taken, we'll let you know with a red cross. The save button will only activate once you enter a brand-new subdomain. So, keep it fresh and unique!

  7. Write your company name.

  8. Input your company website URL. - Here's an easy way to guide people to your website's page.

  9. Choose whichever you want to provide support with; support email or your support website URL then input your support page url or email account depending on your selection.

  10. Input your custom domain.

    A status page under your own website as if you created it from scratch. If you want your status page to appear under your own website, this step is just for you!

    Need more info? Just reach out to your hosting provider! They've got all the details you need. If you still have questions, feel free to contact us.

  11. Click on the “Save” button.

  12. When you click on subdomain you can see how it will look without any other settings for now.

Now it's time to choose which monitors' information we want to display.

  1. Choose the monitor type you want to display.

  2. Select a monitor you want to display.

  3. Click on the “Add” button.

  4. Edit public name. - We gave the monitor a name using the name and URL information from when you created it but you can change it freely!

  5. You can add a description.

  6. Choose the type of information of the monitor you want to show.

    You can choose additional information for uptime; "response time history"

    You can choose additional information for page speed too; "score history"

  7. Click on the “Save” button.

  8. When you enter your subdomain into a web browser, you can see how it will look without any other settings for now.

What about design? You can find detailed explanations on "How to Design a Status Page?