Array 1.12.0

Shared dashboards, global annotations, retention table improvements and a metric ton of bug fixes. This week's PostHog array has it all.

If you're self hosting and want these features - update your PostHog.

Please also update your posthog-js version to at least 1.3.5 if you have it installed via NPM. If you're using the snippet, you're good to go!

Release Notes

Shared Dashboards

shared dashboard

Dashboard on a TV in your office? Want to have a public stats page? Share a dashboard with someone who doesn't have a PostHog account? You can now publicly share a dashboard. Just click "Share Dashboard" and enable sharing. You'll get a link that's publicly accesible.

Changed your mind? You can always disable sharing.

Aggregate Functions

aggregate

Want to know the average revenue per user? Want to know the lowest browser version anyone is using? You can now do Sum, Max, Min and Avg calculations on any event property and graph them in trends!

Global Annotations

annotations

Digging through git commits to find out what changed to make the graphs go hay-wire? No more! You can now annotate when something happened (a big release, a bugfix or a launch) and make it super easy for your team-mates to figure out what's going on. Now global.

As part of this, you can now also manage, add and delete annotations from a central screen.

Funnel Step Time

funnel step time

You can now see how long it takes users on average to get through steps in a funnel.

Regex Filtering

regex

Regex master? Put those skills to use on any property with regex filtering

Retention Table Improvements

Previously the retention table was hardcoded only to recognize the $pageview event as a retention event. Now, you can select any action or event to measure retention on.

Clicking on any section in the retention table will tell you exactly which users fall in that item.

Bug Fixes and Performance Improvements

Favorite issue

Funnel step re-ordering

Weekly round up

PostHog news

We launched a new version of our website! Lottie and Ben have done an amazing job getting this live. We decided to go with a 80's-Adidas-retro-SNES look, combined with hedgehogs... obviously.

Open roles

Full stack or growth engineers - we want you!. We have just filled the technical writer role too, you can already see the docs getting a makeover! More on that next time.