Track multiple events in a feature
Previously, each feature on Bucket was tied to a single event, limiting its adaptability. We’ve introduced a significant change that lets you associate multiple events with a single feature, making Bucket more versatile!
For instance, let’s say you’ve shipped a new feature, “Huddles,” that has audio and video interactions. In this example, the granularity of audio vs video isn’t important for you, overall feature use is. Both of these events indicate high-level feature usage. Until now, you had to track these events as separate features or utilize event attributes.
Now, you can consolidate multiple events in a single feature. Using our example, you can create a single feature called “Huddles”. You can attribute audio OR video events to the “Huddles” feature alongside the target segment, giving you greater flexibility in grouping similar events.
You can also use this update to:
- Track larger features or product sections by adding multiple sub-features to the tracking criteria
- Accommodate tracking data changes, like fixing a typo in the event name. If you accidentally named an event “Audi huddle” and then changed it to “Audio huddle”, you can add both events to the criteria to consolidate new and historical data in a single feature.
This update lets you create features that capture a broader range of interactions without being constrained by the previous 1-to-1 mapping. This new approach simplifies the process and allows for more efficient feature organization on Bucket.
Last week, we made the STARS criteria more flexible. This week, our focus was on making the tracking criteria more powerful. More to come.