Internal Status Pages

Also called per-incident status pages, each incident on FireHydrant will have a dedicated ephemeral status page which quickly summarizes high-level details. This page disappears 48 hours after the resolution of the incident.

These pages have long, obscure URLs and are set to not be indexed by search engines.

Internal status page for an incident
Internal status page for an incident

Some of the details shown include:

  • Name
  • Description
  • Severity
  • Duration
  • Milestone (current status)
  • Responders
  • Impact
  • Status Updates

Note: As of today, which fields are shown in these internal status pages cannot be configured. If this is something you're interested in, please submit a feature request.


For public (to your organization) incidents, these internal status pages do not require auth or a FireHydrant license to view. This link can be freely shared with other team members throughout your organization.

Note: This default behavior can be adjusted. Please reach out to the support team if you'd like to restrict these status pages only to users logged into FireHydrant (requires licenses for them to access).

For private incidents (restricted to users with Private access), these internal status pages will be restricted to only users who are both logged into FireHydrant and have Private access.

Last updated on 12/7/2023