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Snoozing Issues in Sentry

We pushed out a minor, but long overdue error monitoring feature today: Snoozing.

If you’ve used the muting functionality in Sentry you’ll already feel at home here. It performs identically, except that we now allow you to specify a duration for the effect.

This is especially useful in situations like a service provider (e.g. AWS) having a minor outage. It would take something that normally would be extremely important to know about and turn it into a very common occurrence for a duration of time. In this case, you could choose to snooze the event for two hours and afterwards if it’s seen again Sentry will begin notifying you.

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