Product Guides Welcome to Sentry Basics, our primer on using tools available in sentry.io to help you resolve issues quickly. Learn more about the Issues page and how you can use it to efficiently triage issues. View all the projects associated with teams that you're a member of, then dive into their details quickly. Learn about creating alerts for errors and performance for your team, as well as your personal notifications. Performance Monitoring helps you to see everything from macro-level metrics to micro-level spans, and you'll be able to cross-reference transactions with related issues, and customize queries. Learn how to provide information to Sentry about your releases to determine regressions and resolve issues quickly. Discover provides visibility into your data across environments by building upon and enriching your error data. You can query and unlock insights into the health of your entire system and get answers to critical business questions — all in one place. Sentry's Dashboards provide a single view of your application's health, including the ability to navigate issues and performance across multiple projects. Learn about projects and teams across your organization. Learn how you can view user feedback submissions which, paired with the original event, give you additional insight into issues. Learn more about how Sentry provides the ability to collect information on Content-Security-Policy (CSP) violations, as well as Expect-CT and HTTP Public Key Pinning (HPKP) failures. Learn more about managing data using the Settings for your project and organization. Learn about quota management, account preferences, organization and user management, pricing, requiring two-factor authentication, and single sign-on. Learn more about Relay, Sentry's data security solution. Learn how to use the `sentry-cli` command line executable. Learn about Sentry security and compliance processes. Learn more about the wide variety of apps and services integrated with Sentry. Help improve this content Our documentation is open source and available on GitHub. Your contributions are welcome, whether fixing a typo (drat!) to suggesting an update ("yeah, this would be better").