We've added a pin icon to the pinned page visit that you share with a third party. This will indicate to the third party which page visit contains the issue in question.
The red pin icon will indicate which page visit was pinned.
We have updated the issue details page by adding a User Impact tab. This tab will have information that will help provide the business and user impact.
The User Impact tab will now contain:
We have updated the session inactivity timer from 45 minutes to 30 minutes to match with what you are used to in Google Analytics. We are making this change to get your analytics as close as possible to what you are used to with your existing tools.Read More
We know this one has been highly requested :). You can now view important events related to issues inside of the issue trends graph. This will help you:
1. Understand if a closed-fixed issue is trending downwards and is indeed resolved.
2. View when issues were introduced on your site.
3. Explore multiple events happening at the same time on a specific issue.
We have also updated the time zone to reflect your choice made in "My Profile".
You can view inside of the issue trends graph the exact date/time when an issue was marked as closed-fixed.
You can view when issues were introduced to your site.
If an issue has multiple events during the same period then we will show the following icon:
We've added occurrences to Issue Trends. You can now view occurrences per period inside of issue trends.
Occurrences means how many times the issue has happened in the selected period.
**IMPORTANT: we are charting occurrence data from November 4th onwards since this is using a new database. **
Occurrences allow you to see the trend of an issue over time. This can make it easy to understand if an issue has been resolved or partially resolved.
We've added the occurrences column so that you can view and sort by this value.Issue Details:
You can also view the occurrences for a specific issue.
We've added actual revenue loss to Issue Trends. You can now view actual revenue loss per period inside of issue trends.
Revenue loss is calculated the same way as annualized revenue loss except Noibu does not annualize the error. We are looking at actual leads and transactions lost due to the error and plotting that revenue loss on the graph.
Revenue loss allows you to see how much you've lost per hour/day/week/month/quarter/year on a specific issue.
The table revenue loss column switches to the selected graph view.
You can also view the actual revenue loss for an issue.