Here at Sentry, we care a lot about about software quality and aim to provide tools that help you provide a better experience to your users. Most of the functionality that Sentry provides focuses on helping you identify and resolve issues in your production environment as quickly as possible.
In addition to the ability to react to errors as they happen, a large (and often under-appreciated) element in building quality software is looking back at your past performance and understanding if your software is getting more or less reliable.
With this in mind, we’ve been working on a new feature for Sentry that we’ve been calling Weekly Reports. These reports are intended to show larger trends in your organization’s performance across all of the projects you’re involved in over a larger time interval than you’re usually interested in when viewing the Sentry web interface.
For example, here’s a rendered report (with mocked data):
We’re sending these reports out to hosted Sentry users every Monday morning to Early Adopters organizations. If you’d like to receive these emails and haven’t already enabled the Early Adopters setting on your organization, you can do so by ticking the “Early Adopter” checkbox in your organization settings:
If your organization has the Early Adopter setting on but you don’t want to receive these emails for some reason, you can disable these emails in your notification settings (but please take a few seconds and let us know what you didn’t find useful — we’d really appreciate it):
We still have some additional features on deck that we’re planning on implementing before we release these to everybody, but we’d love to hear your thoughts, ideas, or other feedback here as we’re working on these reports.