Array 1.10.0June 25, 2020
This is our most exciting release to date. Here we go: 🎉 You have to try the new toolbar out - you can walk through your own website or app and see where users are clicking. We did it on our own site and immediately found out a lot of things that…

Array 1.9.0June 18, 2020
First, learn how PostHog raised $3M for our open source project. We could not have done it without this community - thank you for all your issues, feedback, usage and support! So, what have we been doing with the money? Since last time - AWS…

Moving fast is easy. Moving fast with confidence is hard. If you've been keeping track of The Array release posts you know that we prioritize shipping things fast and often. Just as important to us is being sure that we are not going to break things…

Open source projects have long battled with how to finance themselves. PostHog is lucky to have significant funding and wanted to share what we did to help other cool projects take off. For those who've not met us before, PostHog provide open source…

Array 1.8.0June 03, 2020
What's box-fresh in PostHog? Cumulative graphs, better paths, and an upgrade to our actions. If you're self hosting and want these features - update your PostHog. Release notes Cumulative graphs cumulative graphs This feature is designed for startups…

Array 1.7.0May 26, 2020
This week's update brings a React Native integration, time comparisons, easy access to user data from graphs, better user friendliness, and much stronger frontend testing. Self hosting and want to upgrade? Update your PostHog. Release notes Reactive…

Array 1.6.0May 19, 2020
One of the most fun weeks we've had so far with our UX - resizable and touch-enabled dashboards with a new display mode, Microsoft Teams support, and paths for events. Plus, a ton of performance improvements. Want to try this out and self hosting…

Array 1.5.0May 13, 2020
Another week, another PostHog Array. We're steadily working towards parity with other tools. This week's highlights include a new website, multiple dashboards, a sleek new design and breaking down by cohorts. Click here for instructions on how to…

Array 1.4.0May 07, 2020
Session times are here! They're a great way to help understand how engaged users are. The Array 1.4.0 brings plenty of improvements to our core functionality. Release notes Filter properties individually In both trends and funnels, you can now add…

Array 1.3.0April 29, 2020
Another shiny new integration - PostHog now plays nicely with Android! Like what you see and self-hosting? Update your instance. Release notes PostHog Android Library In addition to the work Marius put into the iOS integration, this week you can…

Array 1.2.0April 22, 2020
Big new integration - PostHog now has a library for iOS! Like what you see and self-hosting? Update your instance. Release notes PostHog iOS Library You can now capture events in your iOS app and send them to PostHog. It automatically captures…

Array 1.1.0April 15, 2020
Major update time (hence the change to 1.1.0) - push-based integrations have been introduced! Like what you see and self-hosting? Update your instance. First our updates and new features. Release notes PostHog integrates with Slack This update…

Array 1.0.11April 08, 2020
Like what you see and self-hosting? Update your instance. First our updates and new features. Also as you will see below we have added Celery workers, we’ll move tasks to workers to speed up a lot of actions in PostHog so we've updated the upgrade…

Array 1.0.10April 01, 2020
Like what you see and self-hosting? Update your instance. First our updates and new features. Release notes Users in Trend Graphs users in trend graphs Whilst we have progressively built in Total volume of users, DAUs and Stickiness into our graphs…

Array 1.0.9March 25, 2020
We’re in the thick of our release schedule this week! Like what you see and self-hosting? Update your instance. First our updates and new features. Release notes Stickiness stickiness Last week we made a lot of changes to actions but one important…

Array 1.0.8March 17, 2020
Welcome to our second PostHog Array which comes with a new naming convention. We’re going to be doing weekly tagged releases from now on so the PostHog Array will reflect our most recent version. Like what you see and self-hosting? Update your…

Array 1.0.0March 09, 2020
This is the first of (what we hope are many) PostHog weekly roundup posts. We want to let the community know what we have been up to, a few of our favorite comments, issues, and pull requests as well as some key repos and projects we have noticed…

After the HN launchMarch 01, 2020
PostHog launched on Hacker News. We were pleased with the reception. The reason we launched wasn’t trying to get the world’s attention – we wanted to find a group of people who loved it, as quickly as possible. We said we’d be happy with 500 stars…

Pivot to PostHogFebruary 25, 2020
YC has been running for 15 years, and getting bigger every year. That means there are more than 2,000 companies in their network. Many are still small, many are dead, but many of them are huge – 102 are valued at more than $150M. The reason this is…

Moving to San FranciscoFebruary 24, 2020
YC (a startup accelerator we are taking part in) ask you to move to the Bay Area for the whole program. This gives you “a socially acceptable excuse to look after yourselves and to work, but little else”. Little did we know how important that ability…

The YC InterviewJanuary 01, 2020
We submitted the application, then got back to work. We couldn't work out how long it'd take to hear back, but then we did. It was now October 16th. The interview was going to be November 7th. We asked ourselves how we could make as much progress as…

The time before YCSeptember 01, 2019
I'm James, and I work with Tim. We are the co-founders of PostHog - a current batch YC company. This is us (I'm on the right), just after we got now-redundant, pre-pivot swag: We quit our jobs around August 2019, and put the last $8K of salary into…