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Notification Options

Get notified when a job fails to run. So your always in the know. Notificaions can be received via email, webhooks, telegram OR slack.

Dashboard Control

The dashboard will prominantly let you when a monitor is overdue if monitoring a cron job. If monitoring a script know exactly when the last time your code fired.

Cut and paste

Add a monitor to you dash board then insert the snippet into your script or at the end of you cron job. Ready to insert code makes integration a breeze.

0 0 * * 1 your_command && curl  >> /dev/null
your_command && curl  >> /dev/null
var request = require('request'); //use the request module

//set post as json
var headers = { 
    'Content-Type': 'application/json'

//your notes string change to '{"notes":""}' to leave blank
var dataString = '{"notes":"this is my note"}';

//post to you custom url
var options = {
    url: '',
    method: 'POST',
    headers: headers,
    body: dataString

//create a funtion to handle the result
function callback(error, response, body) {
    if (!error && response.statusCode == 200) {

//execute the code
request(options, callback);
#use the reqests module
import requests
#set post content to json
headers = {'Content-Type': 'application/json',}
#create notes change to "notes":"" if not needed
data = '{"notes":"this is my note"}'
#execute the post and recieve response.  resp contains the response object
resp ='', headers=headers, data=data)
simple easy to use sinppets. just cut and paste into your code. signup and create a personalized one now.


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multiple notification options so your always in the know.


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How does this work?
1 create a monitor

Add a monitor from your dashboard to get started. We will generate a code snippet for you.

2 add code

put the custom generated snippet into your code or attach it to your cronjob.

3 monitor

when your job is complete. you will know in an instant that your code has executed or your cronjob has fired.