Use StatusHub to keep your audience informed of status changes with a branded status page.

Personalize your incident communication to build reputation and trust.

  • Private or Public status page

    Set your status page to private so only your company’s staff, or selected end users, can access it. You can configure your privacy settings with SAML 2.0 or OAuth integrations, or a simple password option is also available to test while your account is on trial.

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  • Custom logo and appearance

    Choose your brand colours or upload your logo and the background of your choice to create the branded status page.

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  • Custom domain

    You can use your custom domain for your status pages instead of You can also customise the email sender address.

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And there is more

  • Mobile-friendly


    Make the access to the information about your status changes page easily accessible from any device. Status pages by status hub are user-friendly and compatible with any mobile device.

  • Traffic light system

    Traffic light system

    Use the traffic light system to communicate issues and downtime to users at first glance. You can read about the psychology of why these colours were chosen and why we at StatusHub use the same concept in status pages here.

  • Hub-switcher


    You can run or connect multiple status pages and then turn on a navigation setting so end users can easily switch between each status page. For example, you can configure and operate a status page in each country of operation or for each of your products.

  • Change the history view layout

    Change the history view layout

    Viewers can use either the list or calendar history view, accessed right on your status page, to display incidents and events. This helps to demonstrate availability and reliability for your customers.

  • Show only affected services in the history

    Show only affected services in the history

    The list view will collapse to hide non-affected services to get an overview of recent incidents and maintenance events. There is a toggle button above each group listing to switch between the ‘show all’ or ‘show affected’.

  • Uptime chart

    Uptime chart

    You can choose additional sections, such as an uptime chart, to display on your status page. This will help your customers see your total uptime.

  • Smart filter and search

    Smart filter and search

    You can easily find the service you are looking for in the service history list view. Just start typing the name in the search box on the top left and the view will dynamically refresh with results.

Other features


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