Align your teams with assignment rules to create a single source of truth about who owns what. Automatically assign new errors to a team or collaborator and notify the rule assignee with an email notification. Record each error assignment so users can view the list of rules for quick reference.
Order your rules for clear designation on which rules take precedence over others. When priorities change, effortlessly reorder rules with drag-and-drop features and add a description when rules require additional context.
Not every developer owns each section of your application. Place BugSnag users in your
organization into teams and assign errors based on their expertise. Sync with your SSO
provider settings to match error assignments with already established team roles. Easily add
new hires to speed up onboarding and remove team members who have left your organization for
Set up focused error views and alerts to immediately notify teammates when an error occurs in their section of the codebase, affects a critical section of your application, or impacts VIP customers. Investigate and route bugs fast with end-to-end diagnostics and pre-built integrations with common developer tools like Slack, Jira, PagerDuty, and more.
Set up alerts for errors occurring in the team’s code to align the team on which bugs to fix. The Alerting and Workflow Engine makes it easier for teams to separate errors specific to them and identify critical errors faster.
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.
Surface the errors most relevant to you or your team by bookmarking a segment of errors. For example, segment errors on the latest release and from a critical section of your application, like errors in your customers’ shopping carts.
Build a segment with the release filter set to latest and context:shopping_cart