If your website, server, webshop or app has availability issues, you want to know about it before anyone else. But maybe you are not always checking your email. Or you just prefer a different way to get notified. With Semonto, you can customize the notification method per group of monitors to work as efficiently as possible.
Semonto allows you to customize your notification settings so that you decide how, when and about what you get notified.
Send an email, SMS, Tweet, push notification, or use a webhook. You can also have Semonto call your phone or send notifications to one or more Slack channels.
Pause notifications during planned maintenance to avoid unnecessary alerts. You can also set a notification threshold. This helps you avoid getting messages about temporary glitches that do not require your interference.
You can set notifications on a feature level. That means that you can decide to get an SMS when your website is down, but an email when a broken link is found.
You can send notifications to multiple persons, depending on the issue or the affected website. You can also create an escalation process so that certain people are only alerted when the issue gets urgent.
Not all issues with your website are equally alarming. There are times when getting notified immediately can actually be annoying. The last thing we want to do is spam you with notifications. In Semonto, you can define how long a website is allowed to be offline before you want to be alerted.
With an escalation system, an issue gets flagged to the person most likely to fix it. Semonto allows you to change the notification method, notify a different person or only send a notification for specific websites. In other words, Semonto enables you to tweak your notifications depending on the situation.
You can select a different communication method for each test you run. For example, you can get notified in Slack when your website is down and receive an e-mail when Semonto finds a broken link. You can also disable notifications for tests that are not important to you.