Public and Private Status Pages

Public and Private Status Pages

Rootly has two types of status pages available, public status pages and private status pages.

Private status pages quickly communicate relevant information about ongoing or past incidents and the status of incidents, services, functionalities, and teams. Each of these features in Rootly all automatically come with their own private status page built-in. Private status pages are typically only accessible from within your organization unless you decide to make them public.

Public status pages are similar to private ones, except that these are created on demand, and can be hosted at a custom domain name your company controls. Public status pages support services and functionalities.

Both types of status pages are customizable with your organization's logo and custom colors. You also have the ability to add custom links to the page for your company's main website, as well as custom privacy and customer support URLs.

Updated 15 Nov 2021
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