In the domain performance view (^/reports/domain_performance/[0-9]+), the hover on a check gives you the number of seconds for each domain, but it would be very helpful to be able to see the number of requests associated with each domain as well.1 vote
makes total sense and could provide a lot of value
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”
The third party host summary has number of requests on y-axis and total size on x-axis. And the size of circle also represents the Total size. So total size is represented twice in that graph. Instead, have a filter to change the x-axis to either - average time to connect, avg time to download content, avg time dns lookup. That way one can keep track of 3rd party domains1 vote
This is an excellent idea. Right now, Optimization just focuses on analysis, but I can see pulling this data from the HAR, or including this chart in Monitoring
In a lot of scripts we need to use a date to be able to make a transaction unique. Due to leap years et cetera it would be nice to easily create a date with format and the option to add a number of days, moths or years1 vote
Not entirely clear on the ask. Sounds like a current date/time variable could solve this issue. Emailing Arie for clarification.
We have a non interactive dashboard on large monitors in the office. It would be great if i could order the results. At he moment uptime checks come at the top and i would want them below the real browser checks1 vote
Interesting idea. Reviewing how to do it.
A work around would be to do 2 API requests, one for RBC checks, and one for Uptime checks, and display them in whatever order you want.
In the old (deprecated) api if you got a list of all checks like this
It would detail the url that was being checked in the returned data as a url: entry
In the v2 of the api using https://monitoring-api.rigor.com/v2/checks?type=uptime
the url: entry is no longer visible which makes it very hard to pull data out for internal statistical analysis.
Thanks for the idea. This makes a lot of sense, and we are reviewing how we can improve our API
Capability to toggle on & off active and paused checks. Example: http://prntscr.com/8p7f3v1 vote
We support this currently via the “Bulk Change” feature in the app, allowing you to mute/unmute and pause/unpause any checks you like.
However, only group admin users can see that option, and I like the idea of having it inline as an option with the table you are using.
Sometimes users may have many URLs for Uptime checks that they'd like to create in bulk with the same settings. We should make it easy to import or bulk create uptime checks based on URLs.0 votes
Makes total sense. There is another request for automatically creating uptime checks from a list of servers/services pulled from AWS. These are related in that doing one gives us significant progress in the other
It would be nice if we could add some more locations from these big East Coast cities.1 vote
These two locations are on our radar for when we expand our monitoring network locations.
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