This feature allows engineers to see product analytics and custom performance metrics in traces. Got a signal from your APM that screen loading time took longer? With this feature you will be able to easily find the exact location on a timeline and see the root cause of the issues on the trace.
After the setup, traces will be automatically annotated with product metrics (displayed as grey flags) and placed on the timeline by PS Tool. This replaces the repeated effort required to locate and annotate each product metrics for every new trace recorded, while also ensuring that no business important metrics are left behind.This streamlines the identification of performance metrics and allows engineers to focus on root-cause analysis.
The Quick Start Guide assists engineers during the onboarding experience by providing concise and simple instructions to help them leverage the full potential of the PS Tool.
The Quick Start Guide will be accessible to users within the tool at all times, ensuring that immediate support is readily available.
The Quick Start Guide comprises 3 main components:
At Product Science, we believe that optimizing your app's performance should start with the most important screens for your business—ones that drive engagement and app retention. In this release, we are reinforcing our approach by helping our customers define the most critical user flows even before the team begins to look at the code.
The new annotation screen enables you to mark the beginning of a user flow (i.e. the user’s action) and the end of a user flow (i.e. the reaction from the app) based on your screen recording.
The PxA Screen enables users to connect annotations made in the previous Annotations screen to slices. This step will allow us to mark the beginning and end of the user flow on the code level. Joining videos and slices together provides solid visual cues that can’t be gained from the code alone.
With the new Video synced with trace feature you will be able to see what’s happening on the phone screen at every point of the recorded trace.
Video synced with trace feature allows you to:
Seeing how your application functions in real life provides valuable context that helps to understand what’s happening - even when the code is hard to follow:
A system for monitoring, maintaining, and controlling user access to your teams and projects. This is where you can: