Activity Log helps to provide transparency into who is making changes to your status page and to help eliminate internal status emails.
- User invitations created or deleted
- Users joining the team or removed
- New account owner
- Creating & Deleting Components.
- Alert email parsed and component updated
- Component updated manually
- Shared component updated automatically
- Shared component overridden or reverted back to default
- Realtime incident created or updated
- Scheduled maintenance created or updated
- Incident update created, or update body updated
- Backfilled incident created
- Scheduled maintenance auto-transitioned to In Progress, or to Completed
- Incident postmortem written, updated, deleted, or published
Where To Find It
The easiest way to view the activity feed is via the management portal. We provide an HTML timeline for you to view recent activity, with nice Gravatar image and icons to help distinguish between activity feed types.
To access the activity feed, simply navigate using the account menu to Activity Log in the account menu dropdown. Once loaded, you'll see all of the activity feed items we have listed in descending chronological order. We don't prune any of the activity log items - this data is kept around forever.
Here's what the Activity Log looks like.
Piping to your chat program
Piping your activity feed to your chat program is a great way to keep people up to date in your organization, and gives a great real-time stream of the issues you're dealing with alongside the reflection of those issues on your status page. The interleaving of human chat and status page activity makes for great postmortem reconstruction and lets all your stakeholders stay up to date with incident response and communication.
You can link your Slack account from the Apps section on the left-hand sidebar.
- Here's how to pipe activity into Slack
Watch the updates roll in
Once you've linked your account and added a room, that's it! We'll get to posting to your activity feed items right as they come in.