Welcome to the spring APImetrics product update!

As we prepare for the launch of API.expert Premium, and the huge number of new community and integration features that will bring, we’re adding some critical new functionality to our core product. So here is a round up of our spring APImetrics product updates. 

Now that you’ll be able to subscribe to different datasets and subscribe as a viewer to historical data, you need to be able to see everything in one view. 

Projects View

The first change is the projects view, this will allow all users to see the data sets, organizations and projects they have access to at a glance. Projects with issues or unhealthy APIs will be flagged for attention and we’re streamlining the notification process to focus on what you need to know.

APImetrics Product Update API Metrics Projects

New Home Page

In line with the new project view, we’re changing the individual project homepage too. As well as seeing the domains we are monitoring, you will also be able to switch between the current 3 across card view and a list view.

 

APImetrics API metric project homepage

Other changes

In addition to these you will be able to create and edit reports that span multiple projects. Also, over the next few weeks we will be adding more community sharing features which will enable the following:

  • copy a test or workflow from API.expert to your own projects (API.expert premium only)
  • copy the security configuration
  • add a set of your own APIs to API.expert (subject to moderation)

There’s a lot more coming soon, and if you’re not a user, why not come and check us out!

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