ObservePoint TagDebugger

ObservePoint TagDebugger

Troubleshoot and audit analytics tags, variables and on-click events. Supports Adobe Analytics, Google Analytics, Ensighten and more

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What is ObservePoint TagDebugger?

ObservePoint TagDebugger is a Chrome extension that allows users to troubleshoot and audit analytics tags, variables, and on-click events on their website. The tool captures page-load and event-triggered requests for analytics and parses them into a human-readable format. Ideal for verifying accurate data collection, monitoring analytics tracking, testing analytics in various environments, and receiving notifications in case of implementation failures. Easy to use, it ensures efficient governance of your analytics and marketing tags, helping businesses streamline their tagging efforts.

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Rating: 4.11 (53)
Version: 1.23.6 (Last updated: 2023-10-16)
Creation date: 2020-05-27
Manifest version: 2
  • storage
  • webRequest
  • <all_urls>
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Size: 1.29M
Email: Click to see
Risk impact: High risk impact
Risk likelihood: Moderate risk likelihood

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Not available on Firefox
Not available on Edge

ObservePoint’s TagDebugger is a free Chrome Extension for troubleshooting analytics and marketing tags on your live website. TagDebugger captures page-load and event-triggered requests for marketing and analytics tags and parses them into a human-readable format, allowing for easy tag debugging.

TagDebugger is the first step towards comprehensive and efficient governance of your analytics and marketing tags. ObservePoint’s full suite of analytics testing and tag governance solutions can help you:

Scan batches of pages or sequences of actions to verify accurate data collection Monitor your live implementation for errors in analytics tracking and variable formatting Test analytics in development and staging environments before releasing into the wild Receive notifications whenever your implementation fails expectations

Schedule a demo to see how ObservePoint can help you automate and scale analytics testing and tag governance on your entire website: https://www.observepoint.com/request-pages/webassurance-demo-request/


TagDebugger is designed to help you debug analytics and marketing tags on a page-by-page basis. After installing the TagDebugger extension, you will see a new tab in your Chrome Developer Tools. Simply open this tab, refresh the page, and you will see which marketing and analytics tags are firing on your website.

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  • Reliable in detecting and parsing tags
  • Simple and easy to use
  • Helpful in web analytics
  • Shows every 3rd party on the page
  • Provides details on tags and their associated variables
  • Opens a new tab repeatedly claiming updates
  • Doesn't support newer Chrome versions
  • Export option doesn't include all necessary data
  • Doesn't record all tracking events
  • High CPU usage
Most mentioned
  • Useful for web analytics
  • Annoying browser tab pop-ups
  • Inconvenient features in the export option
  • Compatibility issues with newer Chrome versions
  • Simplified tracking of tags on pages
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Risk impact

ObservePoint TagDebugger is risky to use as it requires a number of sensitive permissions that can potentially harm your browser and steal your data. Exercise caution when installing this extension. Review carefully before installing. We recommend that you only install ObservePoint TagDebugger if you trust the publisher.

Risk likelihood

ObservePoint TagDebugger is probably trust-worthy. Prefer other publishers if available. Exercise caution when installing this extension.

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