News & product updates

Introducing teams

posted by Tim Nolet on June 18, 2018

You can now invite team members to your Checkly account and collaborate on your API and browser checks. Inviting a team member is as easy as sending them an invite from the users tab in your account settings. We’ve also added full role based access control. This means you can assign, change and revoke admin, read & write or read only rights to any user.

The starter account already includes five team members. See our updated plans & pricing page for more info on pricing or read more about how inviting and managing team members work in our docs section.

Introducing the weekly summary email

posted by Tim Nolet on May 15, 2018

Keeping an eye on the historical performance of your API’s and app’s important transactions just became a little bit easier. As of today Checkly will send you a seven day performance summary of all your checks.

Don’t care for the weekly update? You can toggle your email preferences in the account section

Introducing double checks

posted by Tim Nolet on March 23, 2018

Checkly runs on cloud infrastructure in data centers around the world. As nothing is perfect, this infrastructure occasionally experiences glitches and slow downs. This is why we added the double check option for API and browser checks. Failing API checks are retried after 5 seconds, browser checks are retried after 30 seconds. This feature is now switched on by default for all checks.

Browser checks now use Puppeteer v1.2.0

posted by Tim Nolet on March 17, 2018
The browser checks Puppeteer engine has been upgraded to Puppeteer version 1.2.0. This version should have no breaking API changes. Read about the changes and bug fixes in the release notes

Private beta feature updates

posted by Tim Nolet on March 15, 2018

The first couple of weeks of the private beta have been extremely fruitful thanks to you! A lot of the 100+ beta users came forward with suggestions, bug reports and cool ideas. Here’s an overview of the last changes and additions that are now live.