Today we’ve introduced an overhaul of our reporting tool which will make it much easier to get the exact data you want to be sent out to the people who need to see it.
Previously it was only possible to send an automatic report for all uptime tests in your StatusCake account. A big change that’s been brought in by our update is that you can now select a specific group of tests to be reported on; this means that you’ll no longer need to worry about clients or staff seeing tests that aren’t relevant to them within the reports that are sent.
As you could now need to configure more than one report, a new tab has been added within User Details section under “Email Reporting”
From here you can manage existing reports, and configure new ones:
At current only uptime type tests are supported within these new reports, however, we will be working to include other test types in the coming weeks, meaning that combined reports for test types will soon be a reality!
To get started with our new reporting right away simply visit our Reporting Section within User Details, and if there are any questions on the new functionalities just let us know!
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