Recent changes in Uptrends

Uptrends is constantly improving and extending its products. The change log shows an overview of the most important changes that we release.

Released on: April 21, 2017

  • Export of unconfirmed errors in "Errors overview" dashboard Fix

    The errors overview dashboard contains a convenient breakdown of the types of errors. We'll show you how many of those errors were confirmed, and how many were unconfirmed. If you ran an Excel or PDF export of that list, we showed you the unconfirmed numbers twice. That's a bit much. Fixed it!

  • Send a test SMS without saving your phone number Fix

    If you rely on SMS messages to receive alerts from Uptrends, you probably want to test we can send alerts to your phone. You can do that in your own operator settings (click on your name at the top right to get there). We made this way too hard for users who are not administrators - they had to save their mobile phone number first before receiving a test message. Silly bug that has been fixed now.

  • Unnecessary link in ticket confirmation screen Fix

    When you've filed a ticket for our Support engineers (they love to hear from you, send in your ideas!) we show you a quick confirmation screen with the ID of the new ticket. It also contained an unnecessary link that made some people send in the same ticket again. No more confusing links, we promise.

Released on: April 12, 2017

  • Direct link to monitor check also preselects date and monitor filter Improved

    Alert e-mails, Slack alerts and the alert detail popup contain direct links to the monitor check that caused the corresponding alert. When you click the link, we'll display a popup with the appropriate check details, and the monitor log dashboard gets loaded in the background.

    What's new in this update is that we'll now automatically apply a filter to the monitor log: we'll pre-select the date/time window in which the check happened and we will only display checks for the appropriate monitor. As soon as you escape out of the monitor check details popup, you can quickly review any checks that happened before and after the start of the alert.

  • Error documentation available in French, German and Dutch New

    We recently added links to error documentation for individual errors in the monitor check detail popup and alert detail. Previously only available in English, the documentation is now available in the other languages as well.

Released on: March 29, 2017

  • Tighten up your reporting period Improved

    We’ve reworked the reporting period selection tool to make it easier to use, and we took it a step further, you can now pick the hour for your reporting period! Because you're able to narrow down the period, you can find a specific error or zoom in on a specific time range much easier. We've also added more flexibility in the available options in the period selector.

  • Dig in deep with chart drill downs New

    Have you ever found yourself looking at a spike in a bar or line chart and wished you could just jump to the details directly? Well, so did we, and we did something about it. Now when you see something that peaks your interest on a chart, you can simply click on the line or bar chart and we'll take you to that specific period in your monitor log, when the event took place.

  • Error descriptions a human can understand Improved

    Yeah, we admit it; Uptrends’ error descriptions have always been a bit hard to grasp. However, we’ve changed that, a lot! We’ve gone through every error code and given them easy to understand descriptions. If that wasn’t already reason to celebrate, we went further; if you need more information about the error code, click the link right next to the error description to see the detailed description in the Knowledge Base.

    We’ve wanted to improve and expand this page in the Knowledge Base for a long time, so since we were already there, we added a search feature. A quick search gets you to the information fast.

  • Share the misery, uh... we mean error details Improved

    Do you need to get the error details to your team out fast? Now you can! Every check in your monitor log is now shareable, by just copying the URL in your browser window. The URL opens the specific log detail in your monitor log. Just copy and send; it is that easy!

    After adding the URL to every log entry, we got to thinking; why not send the URL with your alerts? So, we do. Now you can see the monitor log detail immediately by just clicking the URL in your alert email or Slack messages.

  • New tile types New

    It's now possible to add the "Last Full Page Check details", "Full Page Check grid" and "Full Page Check Timing chart" tiles to your own custom dashboards.

Released on: March 1, 2017

  • "Use only primary checkpoints" in monitor templates Improved

    Recently, we added the "Use only primary checkpoints" option in the checkpoint selector for a monitor. We've now included this option in monitor templates as well.

  • PSP drilldown did not work inside iframe Fix

    Some customers who publish their Public Status Page put that PSP in a frame within one of their own pages (see our demo page at https://galacticresorts.com/status to see how that looks). In those cases, it was not possible to click on one of the monitors in that PSP to navigate to the corresponding details.

Released on: February 15, 2017

  • Easily spot blocked waterfall requests Improved

    A Full Page Check monitor loads a web page in a browser, and loads all the elements that are part of that page - including Google Analytics scripts and other third party elements that are part of the page. In doing so, the pages loaded in our browser are triggering genuine pageviews in your web analytics. If this is skewing your analytics too much, or if there's another reason you don't want particular third party elements to be loaded, there are two ways in the FPC's settings to control this: The Block Google Analytics option, and the Block these URLs option which, you guessed it, allows you to block particular URLs.

    When you look at the check results and open up the waterfall chart, you'll still see the corresponding requests. Why is that?

    Well, we can't simply tell the browser not to load those URLs. Instead, we bypass those requests as soon as we see them, and prevent them from going out onto the internet. Google Analytics will never see those requests, so your analytics are now safe. The browser still needs an answer for those requests though - the only thing we can do is return an empty response. Your web page may or may not break as a result of this.

    To show you which requests were bypassed and essentially blocked, and when that happened during the page life cycle, we're still showing them as part of the waterfall. Blocked requests will appear as strikethrough, so you can easily spot them. This tells you exactly which requests were intercepted based on our Block settings.

  • Extra filter for Native IPv6 locations Improved

    For basic monitor types, you can specify whether you want to use IPv4 or IPv6 to perform that test. Most of our checkpoints currently support IPv6, but not all checkpoints do so natively. In those cases, we offer IPv6 over IPv4. In some cases, you may want to run your monitors only on checkpoints that have native IPv6 and skip the ones that only offer IPv6 over IPv4. To do this, you can now choose the "Native IPv6 only" option.

  • Slack integration change Changed

    The Slack integration change that was announced in the release notes of February 1st is now in effect.

    Please refer to the Slack integration page to see the current steps required to set up a Slack integration. If you have any questions regarding this change, please file a support ticket

Released on: February 1, 2017

  • Slack integration change Announcement

    Unfortunately, Slack no longer allows us to post to channels other than the ones you explicitly specified during the integration setup. This is why we have to retire the option of specifying any channel names in an escalation level. We will do so on February 15, 2017.

    As a result, some action is required on your side by reconfiguring your integrations. Our advice is to re-create separate Slack integrations (via the Alerts > Integrations menu) for each Slack channel you would like to post us to, and link the appropriate escalation levels to those new integrations. Please note that you can define as many Slack integrations as you need. Until you do so, your existing integrations will remain as-is, and we will continue to post messages to the default channel for each integration.

    Please refer to the Slack integration page to see the current steps required to set up a Slack integration. If you have any questions regarding this change, please file a support ticket

Released on: October 26, 2016

  • TLS version specification for HTTPS monitorsNew
    This new setting allows you to be very specific about which TLS version(s) you want your monitor to support. This allows you to verify that your server supports TLS 1.2 (which we recommend you aim for), or any combination of TLS 1.2, 1.1 and 1.0. Existing HTTPS monitors will support TLS 1.2, 1.1 and 1.0 and, if your server does not support that combination, works its way down to older versions until it finds a combination that works.

Released on: October 10, 2016

  • Phone alertsNew
    Sometimes an e-mail, text message, or integrated messages from Slack or PagerDuty just can't get the job done. Sometimes you need the phone to ring to grab your attention from a sound sleep or an important game. Phone alerts give you that option. Based on your alert, escalation levels, and operator schedules you can have the phone ring and your on-duty operator then receives an automated voice message about the alert condition. Read all about setting it up in the Phone alerts article in our Knowledge Base.

Released on: September 14, 2016

  • Edit sub-step names in transactionsNew
    You might already know that every transaction is divided into steps. Using these steps, you're able to split up a transaction into logical groups of actions. These actions are called sub-steps. A typical sub-step would be a click on a button, or filling in a text field. It's now possible to name these sub-steps, in order to make your transaction results easier to understand. To do so, please select Monitors in the top menu, and click on Monitors in the dropdown menu that appears. The transaction step editor is available in the Steps tab of a transaction monitor.

    Example: if the transaction adds an item to your shopping cart, by clicking on a button that contains an ID attribute called "btn_9382040", we're showing that specific string in the transaction results. From now on, just give that sub-step a more readable name (i.e. "Add to cart button"), and we'll show it in the transaction results, as well as your alert messages.

    Please note: this feature was already used in the background, by Uptrends' transaction engineers. Most transactions already have these sub-step names filled in, but please don't hesitate to rename them.

Released on: August 31, 2016

  • Phone/voice alertsNew
    Receive a call on your phone and listen to your alert message in voice. More info on how to set it up in our Knowledge Base.

Released on: July 20, 2016

  • Uptrends application in FrenchNew
    The Uptrends application is now available in the French language! Go to Account > Account settings to change the language to French. Are you the only person in your team that needs the application in French? We got you covered: click on your name at the top right of the screen, and access the operator settings to select French as your language. Have a look at the next change log item for more details.
  • Select language per operatorNew
    Each operator can have their own language. Previously, the language for an entire account could be configured in the account settings. Individual operators can now override this account-wide language by specifying their preferred language in the operator settings. We support English, German, Dutch and French.

Released on: June 22, 2016

  • API updateImproved
    The Alert API now returns additional information about particular errors, particularly HTTP for HTTP(S) monitors and Web services, and for transactions.

Released on: April 27, 2016

  • Expected HTTP status codeNew
    When setting up a basic HTTP monitor, you usually want to verify that your web page, web service or API call works as expected. One of the things we always do to check the health of your page or service is to verify that the response from your server does not contain any HTTP error code.

    But what if you want to test a scenario where your server should in fact return a specific HTTP status code? Enter a new feature called "Check HTTP status".

    On the Alert Conditions tab for an HTTP(S) monitor, you'll notice in the Check HTTP status feature that we check for HTTP errors by default. Simply choose a specific HTTP status code to change that behavior. This lets you check for particular error pages (e.g. a 404), but also allows you to verify specific redirects (301, 302, ...) or authentication scenarios (401) you want to verify.
  • Extra date range optionsNew
    When working with reports, you have a wide range of options to choose which date period you would like to report on. Some options (including "last 30 days" and "last 3 months") included the current day or month, effectively reporting on the previous 29 days plus today, or previous 2 months plus the current month. That isn't always the date range you need, particularly when setting up recurring reports.
    We've made this more explicit now: you can simply choose whether to include the current day or month.
  • Invoices available for downloadNew
    Can't find that email with your latest Uptrends invoice, or looking for an older invoice? You can now find all invoices that were issued on or after January 1, 2015. In the Account menu, find the option Subscription status and click on the Invoices tab, or go to https://app.uptrends.com/Report/AccountSettings#invoices directly to download your invoices as PDF files.

Released on: March 30, 2016

  • Mobile Website MonitoringNew
    Oh yeah! Mobile Website Monitoring enters the stage. It's now possible to verify how your website looks on mobile devices and in different screen sizes.
  • Multi Browser MonitoringNew
    We already had the option to check your site in real browsers, but now you are in total control over which browser you select for your tests. Introducing Multi Browser Monitoring!

Released on: February 17, 2016

  • Transaction WaterfallsNew
    Waterfall Transactions allow you to generate detailed waterfall charts for complex, multi-step processes, like a shopping cart. This can help you trace files that are downloaded by the browser for each and every step, as well as see if there are any errors along the way.
  • Transaction SnapshotsNew
    Snapshots allow you to see all of the data that is being transmitted across a web page during a transaction. You can select any step of the transaction and specify whether you’d like the Snapshot to be taken before or after that step is completed.
  • Test your IntegrationsNew
    We've added a "Send test message"-button to integrations. This makes it easier to verify that an integration with Slack or PagerDuty works correctly.

Released on: January 20, 2016

  • Context TooltipsNew
    Hover over a monitor's name in any given dashboard, and the Context Tooltip shows up. Context Tooltips allow you to zoom in on the fine details of a monitor. They display various metrics of that monitor, such as the status and the last total time we measured, as well as the ability to enable or disable a monitor. You can also navigate to the detailed dashboard of a monitor, its log records in the monitor log, and the monitor’s settings.
  • New user agent option: NativeNew
    For browser-based monitors, you would typically not want to define a specific user agent, in order to always employ the user agent of the used browser. We call this option Native. This will be the default option for new monitors from now on. You can still select from all the predefined user agents. Please note that existing monitors will remain using the user agent that's currently specified. And, for emulated monitor types (Http/Https) the user agent doesn't play a role, because those monitor types don't use a browser.

Released on: February 3, 2016

  • IntegrationsNew
    The new Integrations feature in Uptrends is a means to receive alerts from Uptrends within an external application. We kick off with Slack and PagerDuty!

Released on: January 20, 2016

  • Context TooltipsNew
    Hover over a monitor's name in any given dashboard, and the Context Tooltip shows up. Context Tooltips allow you to zoom in on the fine details of a monitor. They display various metrics of that monitor, such as the status and the last total time we measured, as well as the ability to enable or disable a monitor. You can also navigate to the detailed dashboard of a monitor, its log records in the monitor log, and the monitor’s settings.
  • New user agent option: NativeNew
    For browser-based monitors, you would typically not want to define a specific user agent, in order to always employ the user agent of the used browser. We call this option Native. This will be the default option for new monitors from now on. You can still select from all the predefined user agents. Please note that existing monitors will remain using the user agent that's currently specified. And, for emulated monitor types (Http/Https) the user agent doesn't play a role, because those monitor types don't use a browser.

Released on: Wednesday, December 9, 2015

  • Start time for each element in an FPC waterfallNew
    Are you sometimes struggling to see the exact start time of a page element when you're analysing Full Page Check results? We were, too! No more guessing: we now display the start time for each element when you inspect that element.
  • Checkpoint inclusion/exclusion selectorNew
    It is now possible to keep an entire region of checkpoints (e.g. Europe) selected (with the benefit of automatically getting new checkpoints as they are added to that region) but have additional control over individual checkpoint locations that you want to skip. For example, you could select Europe as a region, but exclude Marseille (France) if that location is giving you unexpected results. You can add exclusions by clicking the link Add exclusions in the text at the top of the Checkpoints tab.
  • Monitor log performanceImproved
    In some cases, the monitor log was a bit slow to load, particularly if you are analysing transaction and Full Page Check results. Both the on-screen display and the export option should work a lot faster now.
  • Exporting operatorsImproved
    When you export the list of operators in your account, the PDF or Excel sheet now includes the e-mail addresses of those operators as well.

Released on: December 23, 2015

  • SFTP MonitoringNew
    In addition to monitoring the uptime and performance of your website, you can now designate Uptrends to also monitor SFTP connections!
    Read more on our blog.
  • SSL errors for Https monitorsNew
    From now on, Uptrends’ Https monitors can detect various errors of your SSL certificates. We'll generate an Http Trust Failure error when we detect issues; click on that error in the Monitor Log to reveal the specifics. When you already have an Https monitor running, simply activate the checkbox next to Check SSL errors in the Advanced tab of a monitor's settings. When you create a new Https monitor, you don’t have to do anything: the checkbox for checking SSL errors is turned on by default.

Released on: Wednesday, December 9, 2015

  • Start time for each element in an FPC waterfallNew
    Are you sometimes struggling to see the exact start time of a page element when you're analysing Full Page Check results? We were, too! No more guessing: we now display the start time for each element when you inspect that element.
  • Checkpoint inclusion/exclusion selectorNew
    It is now possible to keep an entire region of checkpoints (e.g. Europe) selected (with the benefit of automatically getting new checkpoints as they are added to that region) but have additional control over individual checkpoint locations that you want to skip. For example, you could select Europe as a region, but exclude Marseille (France) if that location is giving you unexpected results. You can add exclusions by clicking the link Add exclusions in the text at the top of the Checkpoints tab.
  • Monitor log performanceImproved
    In some cases, the monitor log was a bit slow to load, particularly if you are analysing transaction and Full Page Check results. Both the on-screen display and the export option should work a lot faster now.
  • Exporting operatorsImproved
    When you export the list of operators in your account, the PDF or Excel sheet now includes the e-mail addresses of those operators as well.

Released on: Wednesday, November 11, 2015

  • SMS credit usageNew
    To more easily monitor the usage of SMS credits, we have added a new dashboard where you can view the usage. Read more on our blog.
  • Transaction upload flowNew
    We've changed the way new transaction recordings are uploaded and processed, for you to be able to manage your transaction recordings more efficiently after they are uploaded. As soon as a recording is uploaded, the Transaction Recorder now tells you that the recording is put in your recordings queue, which is visible in your account (Monitors > Recordings queue). This list contains all of your recordings, and allows you to decide whether you are happy with the recording before submitting it for review.

Released on: Wednesday, October 14, 2015

  • Probes is now MonitorsImproved
    We have changed the term "probes" to "monitors" within the Uptrends application, website, and support documentation in an effort to better explain their functional nature. Read more about this change on our blog.

Released on: Wednesday, October 2, 2015

  • IPv6 supportNew
    We now have IPv6 support across the board: probes can verify both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.

Released on: Wednesday, September 16, 2015

  • Checkpoint selectionImproved
    We've made some changes in the way checkpoints can be selected for probes. In addition to selecting individual checkpoints, it's now possible to select an entire continent or country. Selecting a continent or country includes all checkpoints in that region, AND any checkpoint we add to that region in the future.

Released on: Wednesday, August 19, 2015

  • HTML format for scheduled reportsNew
    The long-awaited HTML format for scheduled reports/e-mail reports is here! This means that aside from PDF and Excel, we now have a new e-mail reporting format that contains inline charts and reporting data directly in the e-mail.

Released on: Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Released on: Wednesday, April 29, 2015

  • Transaction DashboardNew
    The Uptrends service now features a new default dashboard for the Transaction monitor type (also known as Web Application Monitoring). The dashboard delivers a comprehensive overview of all transaction monitors listed within an account, all on one page.

Released on: Wednesday, April 15, 2015

  • Ad-hoc Monitor TestNew
    It is now possible to test any monitor* within your account at-will, using any checkpoint, with the new Ad-hoc Monitor Test.

    The Ad-hoc Monitor Test can be found within an individual monitor's settings page. All you have to do is click Test, select the checkpoint you'd like to test from, and then receive the test results. This can be especially handy for ensuring that you have correctly configured your monitors!

    *Note: This feature is not available for transaction monitors.

  • Discover TransactionsImproved
    In an effort to make it easier to configure transaction monitors, we have added a new page that makes it easier to discover how many transactions you have, what the status of your transactions are, and how to add more.

    This new page can be found on the page labeled Transactions, under the Dashboards dropdown menu.

Released on: Wednesday, April 1, 2015

  • Monitor TemplatesNew
    Monitor Templates, a popular function of Uptrends v3, are now available for use natively in Uptrends v4. These templates allow you to quickly define a specific set of monitor settings (currently limited to performance limits, checkpoint selection, and maintenance windows), and copy them rapidly to multiple monitors at once.

  • URL BlockingNew
    In a previous release we announced Google Analytics Blocking, which helps users block Uptrends checkpoints from registering in analytics reports during regular monitoring activities.

    We're happy to report that we've now enhanced this function so that you can specify which URLs you would like to block, such as URLs which may lead to a download of a specific script that you deem irrelevant or disruptive for collecting stable measurement data.

Released on: Wednesday, March 18, 2015

  • Bandwidth ThrottlingNew
    We now offer the capability to simulate lower bandwidths on any FPC, FPC+, or RBC monitor, for users who want to gain insight into how a webpage will behave at slower speeds. The simulations are performed through a mathematical approach on a per connection basis.

    Current bandwidth throttling options include: native speed, 8/1 Mbit, 4/1 Mbit, 1.6/0.76 Mbit (3G), and 49/30 kbit (56k Modem).

    Read more about Bandwidth Throttling on our blog

  • DNS probe AAAA queriesNew
    It is now possible to use query type AAAA (also known as “quad-A”) on DNS monitors, which can be used to check that a domain name properly resolves to an expected IPv6 address. This is similar to an A Record query for monitoring an IPv4 address.

  • Google Analytics BlockingNew
    As a response to overwhelming customer interest, we have made it possible to block outgoing Google Analytics requests to full page check (FPC), real browser check (RBC), and transaction monitors with a single click. When enabled, this Google Analytics blocking function will ensure that regular FPC, RBC, and transaction monitor checks and functions do not skew web analytics data.

    Read more about Google Analytics Blocking on our blog

    Note: Google Analytics requests will still show up in the FPC waterfall chart in an effort to verify that they’re still part of the web page, but those requests will be blocked and will not affect your analytics data.
    Throttling and Analytics Blocking Functions

Released on: Wednesday, March 4, 2015

  • Starting / stopping all monitors at onceNew
    It is now possible to start and stop all monitors (and alerts) in one click, via the "Monitor Status" dashboard. This is especially useful for operators who are looking to temporarily deactivate monitors and alerts for an unscheduled maintenance time.

    The start / stop drawer will automatically display on the "Monitor Status" dashboard, but can be hidden by unpinning the drawer via the pin button.

  • Scheduled Report: (de)activate and take ownershipNew
    We have now included the option to deactivate (and activate) scheduled reports with a single click, along with a "Take Ownership" button, which allows account administrators to take ownership of a scheduled report from an operator.

    It is important to note that the scheduled report content is based on what the owner is allowed to see in the account, so the content visible in the report may change based on ownership. Operators that currently own a scheduled report will not see the "Take Ownership" button.

  • Display resolved IP addresses in Monitor Check DetailsNew
    The Uptrends service can now display the IPv4 or IPv6 address that the monitor's host name resolved to at the time of a check, visible on the "Monitor Check Details" screen. This function can help operators see which server was hit by a check, which is useful for monitoring geo-located DNS/load balancing/CDN provider checking.

    To access the "Monitor Check Details" screen, you can click on any probe in the "Monitor Log" dashboard or "Monitor Log" dashboard tile.

Released on: Wednesday, February 18, 2015

  • FPC+ Reporting (Learn more about this on our blog) New
    The Full Page Check+ has been integrated into the new Uptrends user interface with the "Full page check timing" dashboard and with two tile types specific to the FPC+: "Grid," and "Chart." It is possible to select which monitor metrics you wish to display in either tile via the respective tile settings interface.

    The "Grid" tile displays a series of columns for each FPC+ monitor metric you select, and rows that represent each time slot within any given selected time period. The "Chart" tile displays a fully interactive, graphical representation of selected metrics relating to the FPC+ monitor.

    Prior to this release, it was necessary to access the FPC+ reporting in the Uptrends v3 Legacy interface.

Released on: Wednesday, February 4, 2015

  • Reload dashboard on app. version updateNew
    The Uptrends service will now automatically refresh your browser page when an update has been pushed out.

  • Send scheduled reports to other operatorsImproved
    In the past, account administrators were the only operators capable of setting recipients for scheduled reports. We've not changed this so that normal operator levels are able to select other operators as a recipient for their scheduled reports.

    Note
    : this also applies to sub-account operators, but they will only have the option to select other operators from within their own sub-account.

  • Monitor clickout linksNew
    We have now included "clickout links" next to website monitor, which link to corresponding websites. These links can be seen in the "Monitor Status" tile, "Monitor Log" tile, and on the "Monitor Check Details" tab.

  • Automatic fullscreen dashboard displayNew
    It is now possible to configure any given dashboard to automatically display in fullscreen mode upon loading. Add the value "fullscreen=1" to any dashboard URL (default or custom) to start that dashboard in fullscreen.

    Previously you could select "Full Screen" from the dashboard menu, or use the F-key to toggle between fullscreen and normal mode - which was inconvenient when you needed to reload a dashboard.

Released on: Wednesday, January 21, 2015

  • Filter in monitor listNew
    On the "Monitor Overview" screen you can now quickly find a monitor by typing (part of) the name for that monitor into a text box, which will then filter through your monitor list and display monitors related to your inquiry. This function can also help you filter by monitor types.

Released on: Wednesday, January 7, 2015

  • Error Alert Sound (Learn more about this on our blog) New
    We are proud to announce the return of the audible alert system into Uptrends 4, which makes it possible to receive an audio cue whenever a confirmed or unconfirmed error alert is triggered. The use of this feature is optional, and will only play audio cues once until all monitors display a healthy status once again.
    Audible Alert Menu

Released on: Wednesday, December 24, 2014

  • Domain Groups (Learn more about this on our blog) New
    This release brings the 'Domain Groups' functionality from Uptrends 3 to the new Uptrends 4 interface, saving operators time lost due to switching between interfaces.
    Domain Group Options
    Note: This update does not currently bring the FPC+ reporting function into Uptrends 4.

Released on: Wednesday, December 10, 2014

  • Dashboard Sharing (Learn more about this on our blog) New
    It is now possible for Uptrends account administrators to share custom dashboards with individual operators and operator groups with just a few clicks, rather than manually creating copies of the custom dashboard within each operator account. To share a custom dashboard, administrators can click on the dashboard action menu (gear icon) and navigate to the Sharing tab within the Uptrends application. Once a custom dashboard has been shared, operators will immediately see the dashboard in their Dashboards menu.

    Dashboard Sharing

  • Ticket SystemNew
    The ticket system has been updated, and moved into the current Uptrends v4 environment. This means that you will no longer need to access the prior version of the Uptrends application to file, read, and update support tickets.

  • Custom Logo in e-mail, and e-mail reportsImproved
    Accounts that use a custom logo within the Uptrends application will now see that logo within PDF report exports, and scheduled e-mail reports.
Updated on: Thursday, June 2nd, 2015
  • New checkpoint Lugano (Switzerland) with the IP address 89.207.239.3.
  • We will change the IP address of checkpoint Auckland (New Zealand) from 103.246.249.38 to 49.50.250.78.
  • We will change the IP address of checkpoint Singapore (Republic of Singapore) from 173.255.143.176 to 103.254.154.21.
  • We will change 2 IP addresses of checkpoint London (United Kingdom) from 31.24.34.57 and 37.123.114.123 to 37.220.21.50 and 212.38.169.106.
Updated on: Wednesday, April 29, 2015
  • New checkpoint Zhengzhou (China) with the IP address 116.255.154.205
  • Seattle (USA) changes from 69.147.236.106 to 76.164.234.58
  • Berlijn (Germany) gets an extra IP address: 81.169.221.22. 
  • Shanghai (China) gets an extra IP address: 116.247.91.237.
  • Mexico City (Mexico) with the IP address 201.151.147.58 will be transferred to Guadalajara (Mexico) with IP address 201.131.127.49
Updated on: Wednesday, March 25, 2015
  • New checkpoint Barcelona (Spain) with the IP address 191.101.27.99
  • New checkpoint Brugge (Belgium) with the IP address 81.95.119.11
  • We will change the IP address of checkpoint Hyderabad (India) from 49.50.66.241 to 103.231.100.98
  • We will change the IP address of checkpoint Glasgow (UK) from 62.128.194.220 to 62.128.207.214