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AlertSite’s Monitor Summary dashboard shows your website availability, performance and monitoring settings at a glance. Here you can track the trends in response time, and see if there are any errors.
To view the Monitor Summary, select Monitors > Summary from the top menu. From there, select the desired monitor and time period.
The dashboard shows:
Admin and Co-Admin users can change monitoring settings, locations and blackouts.
You can test the selected monitor by clicking Test on Demand. The test is performed from the monitor’s primary location. The results are displayed on screen. They are not included in the monitor history, nor do they trigger alerts.
The dashboard contains two charts:
The chart data is grouped by hour or day, depending on the dashboard time frame.
You can interact with the charts to find bad runs and drill down to the details:
View Detail Report – open the Detail report for this run, with all test steps and response times in a table.
First, click the View Detail Report link to open the report in a pop-up. Then, do the following:
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Now, you can use your browser’s command to print the report or save it to your computer.
The table contains all monitor runs over the selected period, and the run statuses (0 = success). You can find and filter runs by locations.
Click the links to view the response time breakdown in the Monitor Runs dashboard.
The calendar shows the blackout schedule for the monitor. Blackouts are dates and time when the monitor either does not run, or runs but does not send alerts. Blackout can be one-time or weekly.
You can switch between the daily, weekly and monthly calendar views, and navigate through the calendar using the arrow buttons. The Today button returns you to the current date.
To add a new blackout, click Schedule Monitor Blackout.
To edit an existing blackout, click it on the calendar.
See also Scheduling Monitor Blackouts.
Open the drop-down list of monitors, click New Monitor and follow the onscreen instruction. For details, see Creating Monitors.