What's new in Mixpanel?
We’ve been hard at work. Check in every week to see our latest product updates for August.
August 27-31, 2018
August 13-17, 2018
Apply multiple property filters to Funnels
Have more control over the users you want to analyze, by applying multiple property filters to funnel steps. For example, focus on conversions where “Campaign = Black Friday” and “City = Los Angeles”, to zero in on a subset of users.Learn more
August 6-August 10, 2018
Add exclusion steps to Funnels
Get granular in analyzing how users convert, by excluding users who take certain actions. Say you want to look at users who land on your website, view a blog post, and make a purchase while excluding those who visited the help center. By adding exclusion steps to Funnels, you can.Try it now
July 30-August 3, 2018
Spot users causing anomalies
In addition to automatically finding any key segments of users, Mixpanel will also look for any distinct IDs that are causing an anomaly. Quickly spot fraudulent activity when you go a level deeper than just identifying the location or device of users, and can pinpoint the single user or subset of users who are responsible for the change.Learn more
Master Mixpanel faster
Thanks to our revamped onboarding flow, new users can quickly learn the ins and outs of Mixpanel, and start answering questions about their users right away. Plus, every time we release a new feature, we’ll highlight it in the product so it’s easily discoverable.Invite a user today
It’s even easier to comply with GDPR, thanks to our new deletion API, now available in public beta. With our user-friendly API, you can programmatically delete all of the data for any distinct ID within Mixpanel. Learn more
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