I use Runbooks to check things in my Kubernetes cluster. I can run these on a trigger, but I have no way to surface them if there is a problem.
It would be really useful if Octopus Deploy had a dashboard that had configurable "Widgets" (or some such thing). You could have several different kinds of "Widgets", but the simplest would be one that has two states, "Needs Attention" or "Fine" (along with some text for context).
So I could define one of these Widgets, lets call it Container Base Image Status (a real example for me). In that widget I would have two statuses, one that says everything is fine, and one that says this needs attention.
When my Runbook runs on its trigger, it could set the status of that widget (for the Env that it ran in) to either "Needs Attention" or "Fine", along with some text for context.
This would allow me to use Runbooks as a way to keep track of the status of my environments rather than forcing me to go manually run the Status Runbooks (or look through Task history from triggered Runbooks.)