How to Create Uptime Monitor?

How to Create Uptime Monitor?

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

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

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

  4. Click to the "New Uptime Monitor" to create.

  5. Write your Monitor name.

  6. Choose the request method than choose http or https finally write the URL without http or https.

    GET: The GET method requests a representation of the specified resource. Requests using GET should only retrieve data.
    HEAD: The HEAD method asks for a response identical to a GET request, but without the response body. Read more.

  7. Choose the Authorization. The default option is "Disable". If your website has a password protection, choose Enable and input the username and password. Read more.

  8. Choose the "User-Agent". The default option is "Robot.alp Agent V1.0."

    The User-Agent request header is a characteristic string that lets servers and network peers identify the application, operating system, vendor, and/or version of the requesting user agent. Read more.

  9. Choose disable or enable to Cache Busting.

  10. Input Custom Headers.

    Custom Headers: HTTP headers let the client and the server pass additional information with an HTTP request or response. Read more.

  11. Set timeout for response
  12. Set check interval.- Feel free to select the check interval that suits you best – whether it's minute, hours or days; the decision is yours!

  13. On this page you can also adjust notifications settings with a few clicks.

  14. On this page you can adjust location settings with a few clicks too.

    Good news – you can control your website simultaneously from different locations worldwide! We suggest picking at least 3 locations.

  15. Click on the “Save” button. - It's ready!