The default landing page is now a Project Dashboard! Here, you'll find information such as:
- Top and Newest Issues
- Number of Traces, Bug Reports, and new Issues recently received
- The Software Version distribution
- Count of active Devices
- Number of Devices seen each day
These dashboards are filterable by Cohort. This gives you the ability to filter the data to only internal or external devices, or to a particular customer.
- It is now possible to delete or archive Projects, Software Types, Software
Versions, Symbol Files, and OTA Payloads.
- A Device's nickname and Cohort is now visible in the Alerts page.
- You can now generate and reset User API key's from within the Project Settings
page. You can use the User API Key to do things like log in from the
- The Issue Detail's page will show a pop-up if Memfault detects the symbol file
and the coredump are not from the same build.
- Memfault's backend now accepts GNU Build IDs and Memfault's own Build Identifier. The latter works with any compiler, such as GCC, ARM Compiler, IAR, Keil, etc.
- Improve reliability of coredump processing
- Memfault has a new Memfault Bug Report SDK for AOSP, or Bort, that assists with capturing and reporting diagnostic data to Memfault. For more information, check out the Android Documentation
- Zooming into a Bug Report's Timeline has been improved. You can now view the different sessions start and end points as well.
Check out the Memfault Firmware SDK changelog for further changes.