Find out the health of all your integrations in a quick glance.
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We know you might not always have the time to go through the nitty-gritty of each one of your integrations, so we’ve introduced a clearer and quicker way for you to do that. You can now view the health of your integrations within seconds by viewing your integration’s health bars. You can do this on every level inside a template, that is to say, you can view your template’s overall health, your integration’s health, a specific user’s integration health and even a run’s health through this feature.
What are health bars?
They are a clear way of communicating the health of a template, an integration or a run. It is a quick way to view the status of your integrations.
What can they do?
The health bars works on four different levels i.e. the template level, the user level, the integration level and the run level. At the template level, it shows you the overall health of your template, in other words, the aggregate status of all the runs inside that template.
On the user level, it shows you the overall health of all the runs under that user. At the integration level, it shows the overall health of all the runs inside that integration and at the run level it shows the overall health of all the tasks performed under that particular run.
How do they work?
The health bars are color coded. Each color represents a set of errors and responses. Green is for 2xx Success. Yellow for Loop Prevented. Blue for 3xx Redirection. Purple for 4xx Client Errors and Pink is for 5xx Server Errors.
Where can I find the health bars?
Finally, asking the right questions, I see. You can now find them throughout the integration view, as demonstrated in the image below.
Want to dive deeper?
Provided below, are a few links that might help with your exploration.