One of my stakeholders asked if he could see his particular sites when logging in. I told him to bookmark the relevant status page. It would be great if I could designate a "landing page" for his account that would display upon login.2 votes
This is an interesting use case I hadn’t consider before Jeff. Thanks for sharing it. “Moving to under review”
Allow custom performance measurements based on element/request. This would allow measuring page load up until different points. This could be useful to see certain performance across all runs.1 vote
Our solution to this will be to support the W3C custom user timings. So you can drop pins and take measurements of basically anything. We also need to do this to support Single Page Apps. We are currently in the planning phase.
Moving to “under review”
It's great that we can export this, but let's make it available via the API as well.0 votes
Exposing the HAR via an API is how the Rigor Monitoring → Rigor Optimization integration works. We can work to make this public for our users
Right now Rigor captures screenshots of page failures and they're great for troubleshooting. It would be an added bonus if we also captured video of successful tests and failed tests so that users can compare visual render time of specific elements.3 votes
100% agree. If WebPageTest can do it, which should be capable of doing it as well!
To calculate SpeedIndex (another thing we are doing), we need to take lots of screenshots anyway. So stitching them together into a video makes total sense and would be a great eye candy feature
Moving to Planned
It's great that we include green arrows or red arrows in email reports to indicate change in performance. It would be even better if we also included the percentage change, so it would be easier to see if there was a big difference from previous days.3 votes
Love this idea Melanie. A clear, obvious usability win
It would be neat if we could sort waterfall charts by the largest file size, content types, etc.2 votes
Thanks for the suggestion Melanie, I think it could help yes! Chrome Dev tools allows you to do this in their waterfall, and I personal use it fairly regularly. The entire HAR viewer could probably use a visual/usability upgrade. Moving to “under review”
Right now tags can only be applied / removed on a check-by-check basis. We should make it easy to add / remove tags in bulk by adding it as an option to our existing Bulk Change feature.3 votes
100% agree. This is the kind of thing needed when support large organizations with a large amount of checks.
We should add the ability to bulk add/remove tags via our bulk update functionality. Moving to “under review”
Right now we have the ability to bulk pause or mute checks in control groups, but sometimes you might want to pause or mute just one individual check.
We should allow a method for a command that can pause or mute a specific check via the API without creating a new control group.1 vote
100% agree. Control groups should be a short cut way to mute multiple checks, not the only option for muting checks. Thanks for the suggestion Melanie. Moving to “under review”
Current tag reports are based on daily rollups. It would be nice if users could easily see individual runs within smaller time frames on the tag report or have the option to create on the fly performance history reports based on tags.3 votes
I know inside the app, we should run-level metrics for a tag set under the “Dashboards”. Makes sense to apply this out to reports as well. Reaching out to Melanie to get some clarifying details.
It would be nice to be able to upload images or files via Real Browser Checks. This could be useful for sites that require applications or images to upload as part of an application.4 votes
Thanks for the idea. I can totally see how this would be valuable. We are investigating how to do this in RBC now.
In the meantime, you can uptime files via the API Check, (By sending a POST withy a multi-part body) which at least can help you validate the functionality of an application flow involving a file upload:
The 'ignore' option on our Content Check is awesome. It would be great if we could also filter the table by 'results' > select all with similar results > and ignore en masse.8 votes
Totally agree. Basically you want a way to select multiple checks in the table and then mark all of them as ignore, similar to the in-table-bulk-operations that Rigor Optimization provides.
There is a larger need to move bulk actions like this out of Monitoring “Bulk Edit” page and into individual tables, but this could be a good place to start
Domain Performance is a nice tool. But we need that information though rigor API
1. With the ability to get the information thought rigor monitoring API we can scale the usage of that data in so many levels.
2. Automate certain things like adding DNS prefetch links in our site to reduce DNS lookup time.
3. Get 10 Slowest domains from Rigor API to create a custom dashboard to analyze, report and take action on them, and many more.0 votes
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