New in Amplitude:
- Growth Discovery Engine is out of beta!
- Graph annotations
- Save charts as images
- User property inequalities for segmentation
- Segmentation available in Sessions tab
- SDK updates
Keep reading for details!
1. Growth Discovery Engine: Find Your A-Ha Moment without an Army of Data Scientists
2. Add Global Annotations To Your Graphs
You can now annotate important dates, such as feature releases and marketing campaigns, in Amplitude graphs. Never forget the reasons for spikes in your data even if they occurred many months ago! You can create annotations directly from the Microscope tool-tip and manage them in the Manage App section. Note that annotations are global and not specific to graphs.
You can read more about annotations in our Help Center.
3. Save Charts as Images for Reports and Presentations
In the past, if you wanted to show off an awesome retention, DAU, or funnel chart, you’d have to take a screenshot, save it, attach it to an email, and then send it over. Now you have the ability to save chart images as a PDF or PNG!
Saving charts as images is only available for Enterprise and Business customers. You can read more in our Help Center.
4. Inequalities for User Properties in Segmentation Bar
You can now use inequality operators for user properties in the segmentation bar. This allows you to segment graphs based on ranges of numeric user property values, such as age. The example below shows a segment of users who are between the ages of 18 and 22.
5. Segmentation Now Available for Sessions Tab
You can now segment the Sessions Tab by user properties. The example below shows the comparison of session length distribution for users in the United States, Canada, and Russia.
6. SDK Updates
We highly recommend that you update your SDKs to the latest versions:
This is a minor release where we added the option to batch events into a single request and added support for passing callback functions to log event. More info can be found in our changelog.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org