Improved Public Reporting Pages


We’ve just released a large update for the public reporting pages. This update adds several new features while also improving the overall design and usability of this popular feature.


You are now able to push live announcements on your public page. This announcements section allows you to add text about a current or historic downtime, explain the best channels of support or just introduce your public reporting page. You have full control over what to place in the announcements section and it supports a full range of customisations.

Refreshed Design

The public reporting pages we’re starting to look a little dated so we’ve brought the design up the modern standards and made the entire system responsive. We’ve also removed the need to page between pages to get more detailed information on each test – simply click an item in the table and the extended information will show. You are now also able to customise the colours in a greater degree of control.

Password Protection

If you want to only allow certain users to have access to your public reporting, then you are now able to password protect your page. Before any data is shown the end user must insert the password you set. This feature is for our paid users only.

Increased Speed

We’ve also increased the overall speed of the public reports so that your visitors will be waiting less time in general.

Share this

More from StatusCake


What’s new in Chrome Devtools?

3 min read For any web developer, DevTools provides an irreplaceable aid to debugging code in all common browsers. Both Safari and Firefox offer great solutions in terms of developer tools, however in this post I will be talking about the highlights of the most recent features in my personal favourite browser for coding, Chrome DevTools. For something


How To Create An Animated 3D Button From Scratch

6 min read There has certainly been a trend recently of using animations to elevate user interfaces and improve user experiences, and the more subtle versions of these are known as micro animations. Micro animations are an understated way of adding a little bit of fun to everyday user interactions such as hovering over a link, or clicking

Want to know how much website downtime costs, and the impact it can have on your business?

Find out everything you need to know in our new uptime monitoring whitepaper 2021

*By providing your email address, you agree to our privacy policy and to receive marketing communications from StatusCake.