Notion Status Page: 3 Things to Know To Be Sure The Issue Is Not On Your Side!

Notion Status Page is the answer to the question you have asked some times, but for sure, the week on the 22nd of August because of the short outage that Notion has in its servers. Is everything working fine on Notion?

Notion Status Page is how Notion publishes its current status and its history one in a single page so anyone can reach to it to check if everything is working as expected:

Notion Status Page: Main View

 How Can I Access To the Notion Status Page?

The easy way is just to remember this URL so you can type it or store it in your bookmarks to check from time to time when you suspect any outage happening on their systems: status.notion.so

How the Notion Status Page is structured?

The main page has different sections that provide interesting information we will go through in this article. On the top of the page, we will just see the main message saying if everything is working fine or if any issue has been detected:

Notion Status Page: Status Banner

That way, we can quickly know if some issue is happening or not. But apart from that, we will also have after that the history of status during the last 90 days, and it is split into two different sections: Notion Application and Notion API

So, you can see, depending on your use-case, if the component you are using, the Notion API or the Notion Application, has faced any issue, all just directly from the notion status page:

Notion Status Page: 90 Days History

On the screen above, you can see the last outage that has been raised in the platform for any of the components, and if we select the outage, we will see some details about it, as you can see in the picture below:

Notion Status Page: Details

The leading information that usually is provided is:

  • Kind of outage: Partial or Major
  • Incident description link to get more details about the issue, when it is started, and when it is solved.

You can go behind this 90 history data just by clicking on the button on the screen that says: “View historical time,” and we will see a similar Notion status page but with a calendar view, and we can navigate across to check a specific moment in the past to see if some issue has happened or not as you can see in the picture below:

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After that view of the history, we can see the information about the last incidents during this period, and we will get more information about them. This is where the previous link commented above was pointing to. And for each of the incidents, it tries to provide the other updates that were published at the time. This is important also because in case of any issue they will use this part to update the current status in case they have more information to share with the users, as shown in the picture below:

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How Can I Avoid Visit The Notion Status Page?

The Notion Status Page is fantastic and very appealing. It has an incredible look and feels and only the required information, but the main success is if you never need to reach it. And there is a way to do that, to get a notification each time something is updated on this notion status page.

Notion Status Page allows you to subscribe to get updates on your email. And to do that, you have a button in the top right that says “Subscribe To Updates,” and you can add your mail address to get notified in case of any issue:

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This time is perfect because as soon as some issue is detected or updated, you will get a mail directly in your inbox, so you will be pushed based on your usual methods, such as your phone, tablet, or smartwatch if you are using it. And don’t mix this status page with the status property!