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Why degraded incident does not show in yellow indication in uptime of a component?

I was in an impression that when you create a degraded incident associated with a component, it will show a yellow bar in uptime. But it still shows all green. 

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Hello, components set to "degraded performance" or "maintenance" aren't counted in the uptime showcase. From our knowledge base:

Our stance is that while degraded performance (i.e. things are just running slow) does affect user experience, it's not technically "downtime". We also think scheduled maintenance generally shouldn't factor in and this feature is more for displaying unplanned downtime.

You can find more information here in our knowledge base

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