Getting started with Status Page
A Status page is the best way to display the status of your services: sites, applications and APIs in one page. You can let your users knows the current status to them when something bad happens through Incident and maintenance updates.
Setting up a status page takes a few minutes. To get started, head to the status page sectionopen in new window in your statusping dashboard and click on Add status page.
A unique slug for your status page
Every status page that gets created receives a unique slug. This identifier can be used to load your status page. The final URL for your status page will be something like https://statusping.app/status-page/statusping
Setup your custom domain (optional).
In order to setup your custom domain, you need to: Enter the subdomain you would like to have your status page (must have status. as a subdomain). To create a status page on your own domain, create a CNAME DNS record for status.your-domain.com and point it to status.ssl.statusping.app. We'll handle the rest. The initial request will take longer due to the SSL certificate registration.
Per status page, you can determine which components should be included. You can create a status page with both internal components and as well 3rd party components like payment gateways, Cloud providers, etc.
Protected Status Page
By default, all the status pages are public. Everyone that knows the URL, can visit it. To make a private, you should need to add the secret in your status page setting. In that way, only that know the secret, can visit it.