See the status of your builds, releases and issues on one personalized dashboard.
Prioritized action list
For large dashboards, the most important items will be displayed in the action list at the top.
One status icon
See the overall status of your action list in one icon. When it is green, everything is fine.
Otherwise, something needs your attention.
Get notifications when a build breaks down, a new, important bug appears, or your task list changes.
Get estimates on build time completion. See them in notifications and on the dashboard.
Build and release pipelines will show previous history so you can see when the first breakage occurred.
Acknowledge alerts that you want to fix later. This can help you identify new action items faster.
When all alerts are acknowledged, the tray icon will change to an outline.
Getting too many notifications? Try focus mode. The app will show notifications only if you break the build,
and the CatLight icon will turn white.
Show the CatLight dashboard on a shared screen to see an overview of your team status.
Notify the team that you are checking a broken build or a release.
They will be notified and see it on the dashboard.
Use investigations to make sure that an engineer is working on a problem,
and that it is not handled by multiple engineers simultaneously.
Use comments to provide a status update, share the reason of the build breakage,
or to provide troubleshooting steps for engineers who will investigate next time.
First problem identification
See who broke the build first.
See the number of active alerts for every team member.
Use this to see if some engineers are overloaded and cannot keep up with the work.
After configuring the dashboard and setting optimal notifications, you can share them with the team.