Advanced Settings

Your status page advanced settings.

You can access your status page's advanced settings by scrolling to the bottom of the Status page > Settings page and clicking to expand the "Advanced" section.

Long-running incident notification

These settings configure how soon the status page admins and owners should be notified if an incident has been open for too long.

You can select the number of hours for each incident severity. The screenshot above shows the default settings.

Incident history limit

Select how long you wish to display your incident history on your status page. This will not delete incidents older than this setting; it will only hide them from your status page.

The default is "no limit," but you can select from 30 days to one year.

Enable custom incident types

This setting will enable the custom incident types feature, allowing you to have more severities than minor and major or different ones according to your needs.

Learn more about this feature in Custom Incident Types.

Enable information notices

This setting will enable information notices, which can be used to communicate about system events that don't affect your uptime.

Learn more about this feature in Information Notices

Lock from adding incidents when under maintenance

This setting will prevent the creation of incidents on your status page for periods where there's a maintenance window in place.

Remove status page from being indexed by Google

Removed your status page from Google by adding the following to your status page <head>.

<meta name="robots" content="noindex" />

Enable captchas

By default, as a security measure to prevent spam, we require captcha solving for your visitors as a requirement to subscribe to your status page.

Since private status pages are already protected by authentication, you can disable the captcha step for private status pages with this setting.

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