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Is it possible to subscribe to specific component(s)?

There is one page with 7 components, (to be specific: 2 out of 7 components are organized in one group). I'd like to subscribe for those notifications only when this particular group (or 2 components this group contains) is impacted by incedent/maintenance. Would it be possible without creating an additional page and moving two components I'm interested in into it?

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Scot Wilson Atlassian Team Jan 28, 2021

Hi Lana, Welcome to the Community!

Yes, it's possible to subscribe to specific components, but to do so the Statuspage must have enabled component subscriptions, and need to be on a Business Plan or higher.

This page in the StatusPage documentation lists the requirements and how to configure your page to allow component level subscriptions: https://support.atlassian.com/statuspage/docs/enable-component-subscriptions/

I hope that helps you with configuring your pages.

Cheers,
Scot

Hi Scot,

Does this mean that there can be different RSS feeds for specific components as well?

Thanks,

John

Scot Wilson Atlassian Team Feb 23, 2021

Hi John
Statuspage provides Email, SMS, Webhook & Slack channels for Incident & Component status - but not RSS.

In regards to specific components - you would receive different updates if these components were included as affected in different incidents. So Incidents that don't involve a component you're watching would not come through as a notification for that component.

Cheers,
Scot

Hi Scott,

So the current RSS feed behind the Subscribe to Updates button is just meant to be a general one for legacy purposes?

Thanks,

John

Scot Wilson Atlassian Team Feb 28, 2021

John,

The RSS feed will give you page updates (as per it's definition), but it doesn't goto the granularity of an individual component. So you will get incident details in the feed, but not details about individual components affected.

Cheers,
Scot

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