As you may already know we recently launched a new website section where our users can vote on suggestions and ideas from other members– it’s a great way for us to be able to get a good understanding of what the community want us to be working on.
One of the first big additions based exclusively of the user feedback provided on our ideas page is that of email reporting. With email reporting you can get sent daily, weekly or/and monthly emails containing information about all of your checks including how long they were down for (if at all) and average load time over the span the email covers.
These email reports are a great way to get an overview of what’s going on with your servers without even having to log in to your StatusCake account. To get started simply go to your user tab within the StatusCake application and select which emails you would like to receive (by default you will not get any) and hey presto you’re done! You can optionally set email addresses to send to (separating each address with a comma).
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