Getting started with Status Page

A Status page is the best way to display the status of your services: sites, applications and APIs in one page. You can let your users subscribe to your status updates and proactively push notifications to them when something bad happens through Incident updates.

1. Select services

Setting up a status page takes a few minutes. To get started, head to the status page section in your hyperping dashboard and click on New status page. This will redirect you to its Services tab.



Select which services that should appear on your status page. For each service, you can choose to whether show its uptime graph, its response time graph, both of them, or none.

You can also select which service's favicon should be used as a favicon for your status page.

After just selecting one service, you are already able to preview your status page. To do it, you first need to toggle Public Status Page. Then, click on Preview page positioned at the top-right. It will redirect you to your status page hosted through Hyperping's that looks like https://app.hyperping.io/public/YOU_PAGE_ID.

2. Settings

Once you selected your services, you can customise your status page through a couple of parameters:

  • Upload your logo. It will be shown on the top-left of your status page, next to its name.
  • Pick a name. It will be added before Service Status, next to the logo. For example, this status page has Hyperping as a name.
  • Setup your custom domain (optional). In order to setup your custom domain, you need to:
    • Enter the subdomain you would like to have your status page (must have status. as a subdomain).
    • Update your DNS by adding a CNAME record for your chosen subdomain pointing to status.hyperping.io
    • Let us know in the chat that you'd like to add this subdomain to our whitelist and generate the SSL (HTTPS) certificate.
  • Pick a color. This color will be used for the Uptime and Response time graphs. It has to be set as a hexadecimal color.
  • Toggle Public Status Page. Toggles whether you want it public or private. If set to Private, it will only be accessible by logged users (the owner of the project the status page is In and its teammates).
  • Activate Subscribers feature. This allows to send emails evertime you push an update during a incident. Your users are able to subcribe to your status page by adding their email after clicking on the blue click-to-action on the top-right of your status page. You can see it live in this status page.
  • 3. Add Subscribers

    If you're on a trial, Pro or Business plan, you're able to let your users subscribe to your status page.



    3. Create an incident