Answers to questions about your user account, organization, account security, and password.
Go to Settings > Plans and billing > Cancel my subscription.
Your organization’s plan will be downgraded to a free tier, and you’ll no longer be billed for Bugsnag.
Yes. When you cancel your subscription in settings, your account is downgraded to a free plan, but you will still have access to your dashboard. You can upgrade your account to a paid plan at any time.
Go to Settings > My account > Delete my user account.
You’ll be asked to confirm that you want to be removed from any organizations of which you are a member. Your user account, including your email address, will then be removed from Bugsnag completely.
Go to Settings > Organization > Delete organization.
You’ll be asked to confirm that you want to permanently delete your projects and error data. You and any collaborators in your organization will be unable to access your organization’s dashboard, but user accounts will remain accessible in Bugsnag.
Go to Settings > Collaborators > Add collaborator.
Enter your new collaborator’s email address in the modal. You’ll also have the option of giving them administrator access which allows them to add and remove collaborators, grant and revoke administrator access, manage projects and their permissions, manage billing, and change or delete your organization.
Go to Settings > My account > Create new organization.
You’ll be asked for the name of the new organization you wish to create. After you click create, a new organization will be created and you can begin to add projects to it. You can switch between organizations by clicking on your initials at the top right of the dashboard.
Go to Settings > My account > Two-factor authentication.
From there, follow the instructions in the modal to enable this security feature on your account. Bugsnag’s two-factor authentication supports authentication apps like Authy and Google Authenticator which you can download to your mobile device.
You can use recovery codes to recover your account if you lose access to your 2FA device. To download recovery codes, go to Settings > Recovery codes.
Enter your password to generate new codes. You’ll have the option to download them once they’ve been generated.
Bugsnag uses 256-bit SSL, the same encryption as the world’s leading banks. We also recommend turning on two-factor authentication for your account.
Of course! You can host Bugsnag On-premise on your own servers and have access to all the same great features as Bugsnag.com.
Go to Settings > My account > Set new password.
You’ll be prompted to fill in your current password, and then your new password. We recommend not reusing passwords from other accounts and phrases and words that are too obvious.
If you forget your Bugsnag password, you can reset it through the login page. Navigate to Forgot password and enter your email address. We’ll send you an email with a link to a password reset page where you can choose a new password. Once you’ve entered a new password, you’ll be able to log in to your Bugsnag account.