Showing Outages

rfanch3rrfanch3r Member Posts: 5
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Can I strongly suggest a different way to display outages. I personally don't want to see any outages outside of my area, I would rather see recent outages followed by historical outages in my area.
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  • RobinRobin Administrator, Fing Team Posts: 3,745
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    Thanks for the suggestion @rfanch3r . I have voted for your idea and please make sure to upvote the initial post if other users want to get this implemented as well.
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  • rfanch3rrfanch3r Member Posts: 5
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    Honestly, I cant see why more don't like this idea. When I pull up outages, how useful is seeing outages from any other place other than where you are currently? I just don't see a need or a use case that makes sense.
  • RobinRobin Administrator, Fing Team Posts: 3,745
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    rfanch3r said:
    Honestly, I cant see why more don't like this idea. When I pull up outages, how useful is seeing outages from any other place other than where you are currently? I just don't see a need or a use case that makes sense.
    I have passed on your idea to our developers for consideration. Thanks
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  • DSoloDSolo Member Posts: 1
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    I vote to leave it unchanged. Especially now, with many working from home, if an online coworker "disappears" you can get an idea why.

  • rfanch3rrfanch3r Member Posts: 5
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    That's where a check box comes in, I wasn't asking to totally remove that functionality, I just don't think that showing the option for everywhere serves a purpose. Besides, "someone dissapearing" is not always indicative of them being in an outage situation.
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