— Written by Ed Orozco — 7/7/2023

Better integration errors

Issues with your integrations now provide information about the error to help you understand the problem.

The reality of product development is that you don’t always get to make flashy, exciting releases. Some releases are less glamorous but still represent critical improvements to how you interact with your data.

This week we addressed the experience of dealing with integration errors.


Errors in integrations would show a banner without describing the problem or mentioning which integration was affected.



Now we show you which integration has an issue and the error message.

We also use yellow for warnings and red for errors to give you a better sense of how bad the issue is.