This week we introduced Dashboards – a brand new and much requested feature for our Business level users and above which allows the display of all vital monitoring data in one place!
Multiple Dashboards can now be created in-app, and with these it’s possible to display card type entries for Uptime tests, SSL tests, Page Speed tests, Domain checks and Server Monitors. Each card will display important information on the test and the smart summary at the top will allow you to quickly assess whether there are any problems.
The dashboard is ideal for big office screens and scales to most resolutions and zooms, each page can be customized in terms of which record types are shown at any one time, and there’s even an auto refresh function to keep the results live and fresh.
If you want to give this new feature a try you’ll need to be at least on our Business level plan, with that in place it’s possible to access this via the new “Dashboards” link in the in-app side menu.
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