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An event is either an unhandled exception (often called an error or crash) that has been detected by Bugsnag or any handled exceptions that you choose to report.
Minidump events (native crashes reported by Electron apps, or apps integrating Breakpad or Crashpad) each count as 5 events for billing purposes. This is due to the additional costs associated with receiving and processing minidump events.
A seat is shorthand for a collaborator — anyone who logs in to Bugsnag.
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We break your monthly event count into daily increments. When you exceed your daily quota, we'll continue to save every event you send us at no additional cost. If you exceed your daily event quota more than 3 times in any 30-day rolling period, we'll automatically upgrade you to the next plan to ensure coverage. If you disable automatic upgrades, we'll sample your events to stay within your quota.
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