Jake from Statuspage here. I wanted to tell you about a couple product updates you’ll notice in-product over the next few weeks. These changes are part of a larger product redesign we’ll be undergoing in the coming months for a cleaner, more streamlined incident communication experience. We promise there will be a lot more info to come on that front, but we wanted to give you a heads up on the first couple updates we have rolling out to your Statuspage admin portal:
A new dashboard experience: You'll soon notice a small change when you login to your Statuspage account. Rather than landing on the old “dashboard” page, you’ll now start directly on your “incidents” page. We’re changing this up so you start out right where you need to be in the event of an incident.
Incident page when there are no open incidents:
Incident page when you have an open incident:
Apps refresh: Next, the “add-on” section in your top nav will be removed and replaced by an “apps” section in the left hand column of your admin portal. The apps page will house all Statuspage integrations while features like Third Party Components and Component Groups will now be enabled by default.
No action is required on your part for either of these updates. As always, please feel free to comment below with any questions or reach out at email@example.com
Jake BartlettAtlassian Team
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