App performance management
Supports point-and-click for annotated bug reports, so developers can create and monitor tasks and review automatic error screenshots
Provides task details to teams and allows everyone to comment on and monitor errors collectively
Enables drag-and-drop project “task board” so team members can assign and schedule tasks, as well as categorize them based on open projects, backlog, projects in progress, or completed tasks
Integrates with Basecamp, Zapier, Zendesk, Github and other tools to enable issue actions and references
How BugHerd works
BugHerd needs data to function, and it facilitates the transfer of data by providing an API by which you can use to access their services. To implement BugHerd you will need to write code for each of your data collection events that sends data from your application to the BugHerd API endpoint. In order to conveniently access the methods provided by the BugHerd API, you will need to install a client library snippet (such as
bugherd.js) into each location you want to track.
BugHerd has integrations with some other data providers as well, from Atatus to Zapier. However not all tools will have an integration with BugHerd, and in most cases installation will require modification of your code.
Get more out of BugHerd with Segment
By sending data to BugHerd via Segment, you don’t need to make any additions to your application code to start using BugHerd. Segment will automatically load