In this article, we will be going over:
- Online/offline Notification
1. Online/offline Notifications
Enabling or disabling Notifications
To enable Notifications, click on the small arrow next to your user name at the upper left of the web portal:
Next, click on "Account":
Scroll down until you find the "Notifications" switches. By default, Notifications are disabled.
Click on the slider controls on the right hand side to enable or disable notifications. You can choose to enable or disable notifications for devices which you own, as well as devices which were shared to you from a different account.
Online notifications will be sent almost immediately.
Offline notifications will be sent almost immediately, if the system was shutdown or rebooted using specific "shutdown" or "reboot" commands. Using command line options to stop and start the connectd daemons directly will also send notifications immediately.
- If the reason for your device going offline is an unexpected interruption of power or internet connection, it may take up to 15 minutes to receive the offline notification.
- If the power or internet connection is interrupted and restored before roughly ten minutes has passed, you may not get any notifications at all.
Click on the "Logs" menu entry on the left side:
You will see a display of events in reverse chronological order.
The date and time that the event occurred will be shown, along with a message explaining what the event was.
You'll have to click on the "two arrows" icon to update the logs view. New events will not automatically display. The date shows the last time the display was updated.
To download a comma separated variable (CSV) file containing all log events, which can be opened in most popular spreadsheet programs, click on the icon indicated below.
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