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.
Pause notifications during planned maintenance to avoid unnecessary alerts.
For example, you can decide that you want to get an SMS when your website is down, but an email when your app is slow to respond.
Receive an email in your inbox when an issue is detected and when the issue is resolved. You can enter multiple email addresses if you want to notify more than one person. You can also customize the content of the message. Email notifications are set as default in every Semonto plan.
Receive a text message on your mobile phone when an issue is detected and when the issue is resolved. You can purchase SMS-credits inside your Semonto account. Depending on the number of credits you buy, the price per SMS varies between $ 0.15 and $ 0.25.
If a large audience depends on your services, you do not want to keep your users in the dark. Automatically send out a Tweet when services are down to let them know that you are working on it and inform them when the issue has been resolved. You can customize the message in your dashboard to make it sound more personal.
Download the free Semonto app in Google Play or in the AppStore to receive free push notifications on your smartphone. A pop-up message will appear to alert you of any issues with your website, webshop, app, or server.
With webhooks, you can link Semonto with another application. When a specific event happens, the webhook can trigger a task that you have specified.
With voice messages, you receive a phone call when something happens to your website, app or server. A voice message then informs you about the issue. It may sound old-school, but it can be handy to be notified by phone for critical production servers. A phone call ensures that you don't miss the notification between your already loaded email inbox and your other messages that you receive.