The TrackJS team is hard at work polishing the product to make it even better at tracking JavaScript Errors. Here’s what we shipped this Spring.

Eric Brandes

Error Comments

You can now leave comments on error groupings. This long-requested feature lets you easily communicate the details of a bug and what you plan to do with it.

Todd H. Gardner

Extended Trials

During the COVID-19 crisis, we've extended our trial period to 60 days so that business disruptions don't stop you from finding and fixing your bugs.

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Jordan Griffin

Request Metrics

A lot of our attention has been in building out a new performance monitoring and alerting service. It's nearly ready, and you can check out how we've built it on our YouTube channel.

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