Today we’re happy to announce that we’re bringing Opbeat APM to Heroku as an add-on.
We’re excited to release an updated version of the Performance Metrics design.Read on→
You don’t need your settings often, but when you do, you want to find what you need fast and get on with it. We took some time to work on how we’re displaying the items in the settings dropdown to help with that.Read on→
We have just released version 2.1 of the Opbeat app for Android. This update includes a brand-new notifications list and a sleeker design.Read on→
Opbeat makes it easy to always stay on top of things when you’re away from your computer. But sometimes, a complete break is needed, and instead of notifying you while you’re unavailable, we want to make sure the right people get notified.Read on→
With the 3.4 update to the Opbeat iOS app, we give you an extra tool for quickly evaluating how your app is doing: Application Performance Metrics.
Today, we shipped an update to the error group list page, making it even easier to get an overview of who is responsible for which error groups. This is important as knowing who is in charge of fixing an error increases the accountability on the team and ultimately creates a better development flow.Read on→
At Opbeat, we constantly think about how we can help developers better understand how their app is performing, which issues an app has, and how pressing they are. And for a long time, we have thought that developers deserve a better, simpler solution for application performance metrics. Something that is built for developers not system administrators, and easy to use by solo developers and teams alike.Read on→
We released an update to the iPhone app today, focusing on notifications and a better overall experience.
Small teams, solo developers and agencies all use Opbeat to work smarter. Notifications have to work well for all of these workflows, so to better accommodate those that create many apps often, we are introducing auto-subscriptions.
We have made a small but significant update to the Opbeat look and feel: We are including more markers for unread activities across the platform.
Today, we released version 3.0.1 of our iPhone app. The update includes a couple of updated features that give you an even better experience using the Opbeat app.
We just released an update to two of the seminal pages on Opbeat: Your organization’s overview page, and your app’s overview page. We think they will help you get a better, faster overview of what is going on in your apps.
Today, we are introducing assignments for error groups. We think this will increase the transparency within your team on who is responsible for fixing the error groups in your apps.
We are happy to introduce webhooks, which gives you an easy way to integrate with other tools you and your team use to keep up to date with your webapp.
Starting today, you have much better options for ignoring specific error groups on Opbeat, with the addition of ignoring and closing and ignoring for two hours.
Today, we released an update aimed at making it easier to navigate your apps, as well as defining the settings and notifications for them, so you get just what you need, when you need it.Read on→
This week, we are doing great progress on a bunch of new features that are not ready for prime time yet, but we figured we would leave you a little something for the weekend anyway. Read on→
Today we are releasing an update to the error group list, making it possible to mark errors as fixed directly from the list of errors.
This past week, we focused on making the detail pages for Error Groups better.Read on→
We love shipping new features, but keeping track and making sure they work the way we want, is where it gets fun. Going over the Members page, it was clear it came a little short, so today we are releasing an update.
It has been a while since we made a Friday Links post, so we figured we would treat you to a list of some Longreads we have been enjoying recently.
We are really happy about today’s product update, which includes a very welcome feature: Marking error groups as fixed.
We usually try to avoid deploying in the afternoon on Fridays, but we just could not wait to get these updates to the Stream out to you.
After updating the looks of Opbeat for the web two weeks ago, we have been busy working on making other parts of the Opbeat experience even better.
Specifically, emails needed an update.
In December, we did an update on some new graphics, and since then, we’ve been hard at work making even more improvements to the looks and works of Opbeat.
This week, the whole team has been hard at work, updating both some general things in Opbeat (information architecture, how we handle notifications and the like), and the more specific stuff as well, like getting under the skin of how to group errors and display them (it is not the straight forward task it sounds like, but that’s alright).
This week we moved offices from Founders House to our own digs at the Islands Brygge area in Copenhagen (well, it’s only entirely ours until our office mates at Shape get out here in a few weeks’ time).