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Selecting Components affected status more easily

For example when selecting about 100 Components affected is there an easy way to change them all to let's say from Operational to Degraded Performance or Major outage easily without clicking on them individually.  We find that this takes a while for in the times that we need to inform large groups. 

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Shivam Naik
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Dec 21, 2022

Hi @tomas.abella ,

Happy to help!

It might be easier to use the Statuspage API endpoint for Component Updates to change those, possibly through a GET of Component IDs and then scripting them through Component Updates (https://developer.statuspage.io/#operation/patchPagesPageIdComponentsComponentId)

If you get a Support Ticket submitted, we can also look at adding you to a Feature Request for an easier option in the UI as well. Another thing that comes to mind could be to group some of these components together if possible so that its easier to update them all at once in bulk.

Please let me know if you have any follow up questions!

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