We have a mobile site

We have a mobile site

We’re an engineering-heavy organization, but recently we’ve taken on a critical mass of design passion in the organization and hopefully it’s starting to show. Simon built out a mobile site to facilitate acknowledging and resolving alerts from your phone:

Now you’ll have all the major PagerDuty functionality in an easier form factor, and the full webpage is just a click away if you need it.

On the full web-app, Ian has dragged us (kicking and screaming) into the second decade of the 21st century with a more consistent modern feel. There havn’t been any functionality changes in either of these updates, but hopefully we can make your experience a little less awful when we wake you up at 4am.

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  • Lycharp
    Posted at 1:59 pm, October 25, 2012

    what is the url the pagerduty mobile site?

    • Joe Lambe
      Posted at 11:54 am, October 17, 2013

      @e26b5f9684d4f2e887ca83d27d4f4b77:disqus – The mobile site triggers when you’re coming to the site from a mobile device. So the same URL you use on the web should work, e.g. https://my account.pagerduty.com/

      We also launched iOS and Android apps this year, so you can use those and add push notifications to your alerting methods:

      http://blog.pagerduty.com/2013/02/pagerduty-iphone-app/
      http://blog.pagerduty.com/2013/03/pagerduty-android-app/

      If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us at support at pagerduty dot com.

    • PagerDuty
      Posted at 12:01 pm, October 17, 2013

      @e26b5f9684d4f2e887ca83d27d4f4b77:disqus – The mobile site triggers when you’re coming to the site from a mobile device. So the same URL you use on the web should work, e.g. https://my account.pagerduty.com/

      We also launched iOS and Android apps this year, so you can use those and add push notifications to your alerting methods:

      http://blog.pagerduty.com/2013
      http://blog.pagerduty.com/2013

      If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us at support at pagerduty dot com.

    • Joe Lambe
      Posted at 12:04 pm, October 17, 2013

      @Lycharp – The mobile site triggers automatically when you’re coming from a mobile device. So the same URL you use on the web should work, e.g. https://my account.pagerduty.com/

      We also launched iOS and Android apps this year, so you can use those and add push notifications to your alerting methods:

      /2013/02/pagerduty-iphone-app/
      /2013/03/pagerduty-android-app/

      If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us at support at pagerduty dot com.

  • Lycharp
    Posted at 1:59 pm, October 25, 2012

    what is the url the pagerduty mobile site?

    • Joe Lambe
      Posted at 11:54 am, October 17, 2013

      @e26b5f9684d4f2e887ca83d27d4f4b77:disqus – The mobile site triggers when you’re coming to the site from a mobile device. So the same URL you use on the web should work, e.g. https://my account.pagerduty.com/

      We also launched iOS and Android apps this year, so you can use those and add push notifications to your alerting methods:

      http://blog.pagerduty.com/2013/02/pagerduty-iphone-app/
      http://blog.pagerduty.com/2013/03/pagerduty-android-app/

      If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us at support at pagerduty dot com.

    • PagerDuty
      Posted at 12:01 pm, October 17, 2013

      @e26b5f9684d4f2e887ca83d27d4f4b77:disqus – The mobile site triggers when you’re coming to the site from a mobile device. So the same URL you use on the web should work, e.g. https://my account.pagerduty.com/

      We also launched iOS and Android apps this year, so you can use those and add push notifications to your alerting methods:

      http://blog.pagerduty.com/2013
      http://blog.pagerduty.com/2013

      If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us at support at pagerduty dot com.

    • Joe Lambe
      Posted at 12:04 pm, October 17, 2013

      @Lycharp – The mobile site triggers automatically when you’re coming from a mobile device. So the same URL you use on the web should work, e.g. https://my account.pagerduty.com/

      We also launched iOS and Android apps this year, so you can use those and add push notifications to your alerting methods:

      /2013/02/pagerduty-iphone-app/
      /2013/03/pagerduty-android-app/

      If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us at support at pagerduty dot com.

  • Lycharp
    Posted at 1:59 pm, October 25, 2012

    what is the url the pagerduty mobile site?

    • Joe Lambe
      Posted at 11:54 am, October 17, 2013

      @e26b5f9684d4f2e887ca83d27d4f4b77:disqus – The mobile site triggers when you’re coming to the site from a mobile device. So the same URL you use on the web should work, e.g. https://my account.pagerduty.com/

      We also launched iOS and Android apps this year, so you can use those and add push notifications to your alerting methods:

      http://blog.pagerduty.com/2013/02/pagerduty-iphone-app/
      http://blog.pagerduty.com/2013/03/pagerduty-android-app/

      If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us at support at pagerduty dot com.

    • PagerDuty
      Posted at 12:01 pm, October 17, 2013

      @e26b5f9684d4f2e887ca83d27d4f4b77:disqus – The mobile site triggers when you’re coming to the site from a mobile device. So the same URL you use on the web should work, e.g. https://my account.pagerduty.com/

      We also launched iOS and Android apps this year, so you can use those and add push notifications to your alerting methods:

      http://blog.pagerduty.com/2013
      http://blog.pagerduty.com/2013

      If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us at support at pagerduty dot com.

    • Joe Lambe
      Posted at 12:04 pm, October 17, 2013

      @Lycharp – The mobile site triggers automatically when you’re coming from a mobile device. So the same URL you use on the web should work, e.g. https://my account.pagerduty.com/

      We also launched iOS and Android apps this year, so you can use those and add push notifications to your alerting methods:

      /2013/02/pagerduty-iphone-app/
      /2013/03/pagerduty-android-app/

      If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us at support at pagerduty dot com.

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