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Statuspal Support Integration - Set up now via Livewatch

Beautiful, hosted status pages for your website - Communicate incidents and maintenance in seconds.

Lately we have already implemented a number of new connections for you. Today we would like to introduce you to From now on you can also evaluate the downtimes and uptimes logged by Livewatch there and offer them accordingly for your site.

We have added as a new contact type (elsewhere it's called integration). We were in friendly contact with Eduardo from, who will surely be happy to help you set up your status page correctly.

If you need any help setting up with us, please don't hesitate to contact us. We are happy to help you with the setup and configuration in an uncomplicated manner.

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Here we answer questions about server monitoring from Livewatch. If you have a question that we have not yet answered here, please contact us.

What are website status pages?

Website status pages (also known as status pages, status pages, or status pages) are web pages designed to communicate to users the current state of a website or online service. These pages inform users about the availability of the website, possible problems, scheduled maintenance or other relevant information that could affect the normal operation of the website.

Typically website status pages contain information such as:

  1. Current Status: Indicates whether the website is functioning normally, has limited availability, or is completely offline.

  2. Planned Maintenance: Announcements for planned maintenance or updates that may affect availability.

  3. Past Incidents: A history of past malfunctions or problems and how they were resolved.

  4. Key Metrics Monitoring: You may also see key performance indicators such as load times or server response times.

  5. Communication: Links to social media accounts or other communication channels through which users can be kept informed.

Status pages are particularly important for online services because they provide users and customers with transparency about whether the services are functioning normally or are experiencing problems. This helps reduce uncertainty and allows users to make informed decisions, especially if they depend on the website or service. Companies and organizations often use dedicated platforms or services to host and manage their status pages.