You asked – we listened.
Sometimes you need to know exactly how many users have been affected by a particular error, so you can prioritise and focus efforts where it matters.
Therefore, Raygun Crash Reporting has added a ‘must-have’ feature to the main dashboard:
You can now rank errors according to how many users were affected with a new ‘Users’ column in the ‘Active’ tab.
This means you can prioritize and concentrate team efforts on the most important errors affecting the most users. (As per the filter required.) [bctt tweet=”Exactly how many users are being affected by a specific error? Find out with Raygun’s latest feature!” username=”raygunio”]
Let’s take a look at Crash Reporting’s main dashboard before and after:
This feature also forces a 1 week time range if none is supplied to match with the date picker inferred behaviour.
It’s also available to all plans.
To find this feature, simply:
- Head to your Crash Reporting dashboard
- See ‘Time Occurred’ to see how long ago the error last happened
- See ‘Count’ for how often the error occurred
- See ‘Users’ for how many users this particular error affected
Any questions please comment below.