Product analytics was the trojan horse, but PostHog also ships with session recording, feature flags, A/B testing, and more.
Alternative to Amplitude, Heap, Mixpanel
with console logs
Alternative to Hotjar, Logrocket, Matomo
A/B testing & experiments
Alternative to Optimizely, VWO, Google Optimize
with multivariate testing
Alternative to LaunchDarkly
PostHog apps let you do literally appsolutely anything with your data. Connect to your CS, marketing, and engineering clouds – or create your own app if it doesn’t exist yet.
And if there’s no app for what you’re looking to do, there probably will be soon – or you can build it!
PostHog syncs with BigQuery, Snowflake, or Redshift.
We work transparently, and all our code is released under an MIT license. Kick the tires by deploying an open source version of PostHog for free with basic analytics.Learn about self-hosting
Do literally anything with your data with PostHog APIs. Here are a few things you can do:
Capture the live event stream and do something with it - like munge PII or add geolocation.
Build custom functionality or choose from the 50ish apps in our 3rd party app library
Access data from dashboards or metrics from saved insights.
Marketing or product automation
Activate drip campaign or a push notification based on customer activity
Augment event data coming into PostHog with more context and detail
Customer Data Platform (CDP)
Create a singular customer view by combining event and customer data in one place.
Update and feed context to external products like Hubspot or Salesforce
We build features based on community input.
Our product roadmap is public. It's where you can share your thoughts on what we're thinking about building, and get early access on new features.
We'd love to get your feedback!Visit our product roadmap
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