Definitive metric for balancing bugs and features

Use the stability score to decide if you should spend time debugging or if you can move on to building new features.
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Make data-driven decisions about team priorities

Application stability provides a definitive metric for deciding whether to spend time building features or fixing errors.
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Take the guesswork out of planning

When the stability score dips below your team’s KPI, work on debugging errors to improve application stability.

If stability meets or exceeds your target, get back to building new features for your users.

Learn how to create and set target stability goals
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Get the team on one page

Align your team around a stability target. From Dev to Ops, this objective metric will ensure everyone knows how stable your application is in production.

Learn how teams unite over the stability metric

Track stability across releases

The stability score enables you to compare release to release, independent of traffic.
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Focus on building features when you exceed your stability target

The stability score is dynamically colored to help you make a quick assessment of your application's health after a release.

When the stability score is green, the release meets or exceeds the average stability of the application. Nice work!

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Intervene when stability drops

When the stability of a release is below average, the stability score will be red to let you know to investigate further.


Resolve the root cause of stability issues

Investigate the errors that directly impact stability so you can debug faster and improve your stability score.
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Automatic bug prioritization

When stability drops, Bugsnag lets you see the top 5 errors occurring in that specific release so you know where to spend your time investigating.

Real-time error monitoring for your full stack