Announcing Search Autocomplete

Stop the presses! We've just added a small but really cool new feature to your Honeybadger account: search key autocomplete.

Stop the presses! We've just added a small but really cool new feature to your Honeybadger account: search key autocomplete.

You've always been able to search your errors by params, session and other nested fields. It's easy to find all errors where params.user.name is bob. But there's a catch.

You had to know beforehand that params.user.name exists, and you had to type it in manually. This made it really difficult to do on-the-fly exploratory searches.

With our new search key autocomplete feature, you no longer have to remember arcane nested key names. Just start typing and we'll give you a list of keys to choose from. It even works with nested keys like context.user.name.first, allowing giving you a menu of choices at each level of nesting.

Autocomplete Screen

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    Starr Horne

    Starr Horne is a Rubyist and Chief JavaScripter at Honeybadger.io. When she's not neck-deep in other people's bugs, she enjoys making furniture with traditional hand-tools, reading history and brewing beer in her garage in Seattle.

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