Responding to the Texas power outage and other physical incidents with Kintaba
As millions in Texas lost power during an unprecedented winter storm this week, company leaders faced not only a loss of connectivity to their employees but also the question of how to quickly react and work to assure their employees’ safety.
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Today we're announcing Milestones, an easy way to track important moments during your incident.
Introducing the Postmortem Library
Today we're announcing the Postmortems page, which lets you quickly browse postmortems for all your incidents.
Introducing Webhooks, Oncall Handoff Notifications, and Improved Search
This week we've added updates to make it easier to connect automations into other systems through Webhooks, added more ways to keep up with your oncall rotations, and improved our search feature.
Today we’re excited to announce Kintaba Automations— a new feature that makes it easy for you and your team to automate decision-making during major incidents and outages.
Introducing an Improved Email Integration ...and other integration updates too!
Today, alongside a few other integration updates, we're introducing a set of specific enhancements to our email integration that will give you more flexibility to declare incidents via email effectively.
Starred Activity Items: Now in your Postmortem
Announcing the new Starred Activities Widget to make your postmortems better than ever.
Introducing Oncall Overrides & Per-Incident Oncall Assignments
New features for when your oncall rotation schedules get messy.
Automate & Query Kintaba with GraphQL
It's easy to not only query data from your Kintaba instance but also to automate your instance as well.
Introducing Incident Tags
We're updating the incident tagging system to make it easier than ever to connect your incidents to services, categories, or any other metadata.
Introducing the New Postmortem Editor
With today's update, we're making it easier than ever to write a beautiful and functional postmortem.
Jira On-Premise and Easier Slack Updates
This week we're introducing a new integration and some updates and bugfixes across our product.
Introducing Statuspage.io & Grafana integrations + an update to Slack!
New integration updates to make your Kintaba experience even better!
Introducing On-Call Roles in Incidents, Postmortem Action Items Widgets, and Jira Master Tasks
We're announcing a series of features to make your incident management experience even better so you and your team can quickly react and recover from major outages and incidents
Introducing Zoom Integration for Kintaba
Today we're introducing an integration with Zoom, which lets your organization easly start a Zoom conference associated to your open incidents.
Introducing OnCall Rescheduling, PagerDuty Schedule Sync, Public Slack Channels & SSO User Provisioning
This week we're excited to announce a number of new features related to oncalls and integrations.
Introducing a new API for custom integrations
Announcing a new customizable API that will help teams better integrate custom systems into their Kintaba workflow.
Introducing our Free Tier for Small Teams
Announcing an update to our tier system that helps small teams practice incident management earlier in their company's lifecycle.
Introducing JIRA Integration, Notification Preferences, and SAML/SSO Support
Excited to announce a number of heavily requested features today, including new ways to create issues in Jira, updated notification preferences, single sign-on, and more flexible postmortem editing.
What does an IMOC or Incident Commander Do?
The IMOC is one of the most important roles in modern incident management. Learn what an IMOC (Incident Manager On-Call) does and why you need at least one at your company.
Who can declare an incident?
It’s one of the most common questions that new employees and new adopters of incident management ask themselves: "Can I declare an incident?"
Role of the Incident Responder
Within incident management systems like Kintaba, the responder role is given to anyone who is actively requested to help solve or mitigate the active incident.