Track release stability against a target to decide when you need to take action
Prioritize fixing errors with the greatest impact on application stability
Set stability targets and understand how your team’s progressing towards achieving them in the Stability Center. Graphs provide trends in stability and application health over time so you can see how the stability of each application is changing.
Use insights to make data-driven decisions about which applications need to be prioritized for bug fixing. You can also monitor how effective the team’s debugging activities are in improving application stability and customer experience.
Use the stability score to help you decide if you need to spend time debugging or if you can move on to new features.
Calculated using real-time error rates and sessions data, it displays the percentage of successful app interactions per release.
Investigate stability issues on the timeline to understand error trends, pinpoint error spikes, investigate specific incidents, or determine if a release introduces new bugs.
Get the data you need to decide if an error should be fixed or ignored. Sort errors by the number of occurrences or the number of users impacted to stay focused on errors with the most significant impact on application stability.
Workflow states (open, fixed, snoozed) and Jira integration help you collaborate as you make progress on bug fixes.
Customize error alerts to be notified of the errors that matter to you, such as those occurring in your codebase, in critical parts of the application, or affecting key customer groups.
Use alerts to drive decisions about error prioritization and resolution, align the team around the bugs that matter, and resolve high impact errors quickly. Additionally, you can streamline debugging workflows with team chat, issue tracker, and incident management integrations.
A stacktrace is automatically captured for every error so you can see where it originates in your code. Integrations with source control allow you to access that repo in a single click.
No matter what type of app you are building — mobile, browser, backend — Bugsnag automatically captures the error context specific for your application.