Easily drill down into issues and keep track of emerging crashes
This update to Crash Reporting brings an improved filtering experience with more granular filters to help you find exactly what you’re looking for quickly. We’ve also added three new triggers for activating rules to keep you alerted about emerging issues, and changed the exception message surfaced for crashes.
Improved filtering experience
We’ve added more granular date filters for one, six, and 24 hours to crash reports and made all filters available across the crashes list, the crash page, and the occurrences page. We’ve also made applied filters persistent so that once chosen, they will automatically apply to subsequent pages you click through to.
New rule triggers
This update adds “number of occurrences in a specific time period”, “number of affected users in a specific time period”, and “number of occurrences and affected users in a specific time period” to the triggers you can use to activate crashes rules. Additionally, we’ve renamed the rest of the triggers to more descriptive names.
Display latest exception message on the crashes list
Your crashes list will now display the exception message of the latest crash occurrence instead of the exception message of the first crash occurrence to help you keep track of the progress of your crashes.