TimoNowitzki What if Together is down? Then we have to check out Twitter, which also contains marketing and a cluttered UI. A remote status page keeps the platform status simple, visually pleasant, and organized in one place. It can also announce maintenance windows or expected reduced availability. And indicate current issues so app devs don’t have to pull out their hair to find out why something is not working as expected. In such event you don’t want to dig through Together wishes and then also through the cluttered Twitter.
It’s just more standard, and therefore more convenient for techs, to have access to a status board. 📊