Sep 28, 2022
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We’ve just released a new feature! Presenting Public Dashboards.
It is one of the most requested features in the last 6 months. People wanted to have an easy way to share the dashboard with their team and customers. Now it’s possible! And the best news is that it is accessible to every plan.
Note: You’ll need to have an IsDown account.
Before, your dashboards were only available to the team members that had an account with IsDown. It was a bit of an overburdening the need to create an account to monitor all your cloud services.
Most people didn’t need to manage their accounts or change services. They just wanted an easy way to glimpse the status of all their business dependencies.
Now you’re able to share your dashboard with everyone that has access to your private link.
⚠️ The Dashboard will be visible to anyone with access to your private link. Take the actions necessary to prevent the link be shared outside your trusted network.
By default, all dashboards start as private. After you make it public, you can easily revert it to private.
Yes, you can! One for each team or by any segment you feel is appropriate. You can read more in our blog post on how to create multiple dashboards after it’s the same process described in the sections above.
Thank you to everyone that provide feedback during the development of the feature. If you have any questions or feedback, please share it with us through email or the chat widget! Have a great day!
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