Version 1.9 released!

In our latest major update, we made significant changes to the core functionality of Pirsch, improving the performance, the accuracy of statistics, and added more filters.

The most fundamental change is that we now roll forward sessions. Data points like the referrer, collected on the first visit, are now available on all successive page views, allowing you to analyze the full visitor journey and see where someone originally came from on any page he visits. Events are also now connected to sessions and allow more granular filtering.

This is a huge step forward for Pirsch, we hope you enjoy the new version!

As always, you can find all changes in our changelog: https://docs.pirsch.io/changelog/#190

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