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How to add GitLab as a third-party Component on our StatusPage

I would like to include GitLab's status as a third-party component.

However, following this support article, I am unable to find GitLab under the list of Third-Party components.

How should I add GitLab to our statuspage then?

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Oct 06, 2022

Hey Kelvin, 
Thanks for reaching out to Atlassian Community! 

I'm afraid that GitLab is not our customer and they are not using Statuspage. That's why their page cannot be added as a third-party component. 

What you can do is subscribe individually to their page to get updates. 

Please let me know if you got any other questions. 

Best Regards,

Thank you @Egor , I appreciate the sharing!

If I understand your response, we would need to manually monitor GitLab's status page and update our own pages accordingly then.

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