Introducing Live Satisfaction

Harness the power of qualitative feedback right from within Bucket.

Introducing Subsegmentation

We've rolled out Subsegmentation to enable comparisons of feature adoption, retention, and satisfaction across different customer segments.

Introducing Data Export

We’ve added the option to export your Bucket data as a CSV file.

Inspect event attributes and see related features

We’ve just made it easier to debug event data and to turn any event into a Bucket feature.

Analyzing feature usage and satisfaction at the company-level

We’ve just shipped an update to the company view that enables you to view feature engagement and satisfaction through the lens of a single company account.

Sorting the features table

It’s now possible to sort the feature views by column. This enables you to quickly get a list of features with the highest retention, the lowest satisfaction, most frequency of use or latest release date.

Introducing the Audit Matrix

Using the STARS framework on Bucket, you can quickly establish a consistent baseline for customer engagement and satisfaction of any feature. But how does one feature compare to other key features in your product? And how do those comparisons change over time? Answering those critical questions has just gotten a whole lot easier as we’re introducing the Bucket Audit Matrix!

What makes a user stick with a new feature?

Every feature introduced should delight the end user, or even become indispensable to their work. However, achieving this 'stickiness' is easier said than done. This article looks at the complexities of feature retention and explores strategies that product teams can employ to ensure users embrace new features.

Features aren’t free - the hidden costs of adding cool stuff

According to Marty Cagan, at least half of all features in the average software roadmap are never going to work for customers. So much investment goes into product development without a clear idea of what the return is. Bucket was formed to solve the problem of hidden feature costs and make your roadmaps work.

Bucket is launching publicly with fresh Seed investment

What a ride the last 1.5 years have been! Thanks to all early adopters for having shown interest in us and for helping create a better way to ship features that matter. With a fresh Seed round from Project A, including participation from existing investor Creandum, we have raised $5.7m in total and are launching publicly today!