Compose Status Alert Changes


If you're a subscriber to the Compose Status Page for maintenance notifications, we're requesting that you resubscribe to our status page. We've migrated to another status page provider so all subscribers must resubscribe to get updates.

Last week, we sent out an email to Compose Status Page subscribers informing them that we've migrated our status page to a new provider. This means that current subscribers of our status page must resubscribe to receive any planned or emergency maintenance events.

To subscribe or resubscribe to get status updates, click here and click the Subscribe button in the upper right-hand corner of that page. Once you've clicked the button, you'll get a pop-up window where you can subscribe to updates in three ways: by email, webhooks, or through a RSS feed. If you subscribe by email or webhooks, you can manage your subscription, but you don't have that option with a RSS feed.

If you sign up using an email address, then click Subscribe, you'll receive an email providing you with a time-sensitive link. Once you've clicked that link, you can select the data centers and domains that you'd like to get alerts from. By default, they are all selected.

Likewise, if you sign up using a webhook, you have to provide a URL for the status to send a POST request as a JSON payload to, as well as an email address so that you can manage your subscription options. Once you've subscribed, you'll also get a time-sensitive link to that email address, which will let you select the data centers and hosts you want to monitor.

If you're managing your existing subscription after resubscribing or subscribing for the first time, click on the Subscribe button, then at the bottom of the pop-up window click Manage Existing Subscription. Enter your email address and click the Manage Subscription button. Again, a time-sensitive link will be sent to you. Clicking that link will take you to the status management page where you can select the data centers and domains you want to receive alerts from.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to our support team to let us know.

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