Group Monitored Applications into Projects

Valerio Barbera

Hi, I’m Valerio, CTO at Inspector.dev. Last week we released an important product update introducing the ability to group monitored applications into Projects.

Until today, applications connected to the monitoring system are listed in a single page. As Inspector is countuing to onboard new customers, some of them have become large accounts with custom data consumption plans and a long list of applications.

A single list with all items doesn’t help you access a specific application quickly. The idea to better organize the list of applications came out also in our Feature Requests dashboard. This gave us the push to plan this development immediately.

What is a Project

Projects allow you to group monitored applications for the same activity. You can create different environments of the same project, or group a client’s applications together.

Check out the new feature on the dashboard: https://app.inspector.dev/manage-apps

The orange button “Add application” in the top-right corner of the screen has a new sub menu “Manage projects” to create one. Next you can assign applications to a project in the “Application Settings”.

We decided for this design to serve various types of needs. We’ve also introduced the search bar to help find what you need rapidly. Anyway the evolution is always in progress.

Quick navigation

After associating more than one application to a project, the title of the monitoring dashboard became a dropdow menu. It allows you to quickly move to other applications in the same project.

Feature requested by customers

Thanks to Alexander Kramer to post this idea on the feature requests dashboard, helping us to identify a spot for making the product better for him and all other users.

Do you already have some idea to post? Find out what other developers are discussing!

To authenticate just click on the “Log-in” button. You will be automatically authenticated with your Inspector account and redirected back to the dashboard to post your ideas.

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