Browser Extensions

Learn how to use with our browser extensions

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Written by Joe Scanlon
Updated over a week ago

Discover the benefits and ease of using's browser extensions for Chrome, Edge (via the Chrome web store), and Firefox.

These extensions enable reporters to submit feedback without the need to install our JavaScript code onto your website. Here's how it works and why you should consider using them:

Why use our Browser Extensions?

The Browser Extension is an essential tool for website owners and developers. Here's why you might consider using it:

  • Accessibility and Control: If you're reluctant or unable to edit your website's code, our extensions offer a hassle-free solution.

  • Enhanced JavaScript Installation: Faster, more efficient JavaScript installation leads to precise screenshots and a superior user experience. You can even overcome most JavaScript limitations. Browser Extension Pros and Cons.


  • Easy to install, no website code access required

  • Versatile screenshot options (entire page capture, desktop capture, etc.)

  • Works on any webpage


  • Only functions for Members and invited Guests with project access

  • Desktop-only

  • Each reporter must install the extension

Get started with the Browser Extension.

  • Add a project by connecting your pm tool/issue tracker.

  • Activate the widget on your website.

  • Invite Collaborators: Decide who can see the widget. Reporters must:

    • Have a account (as a Member or Guest)

    • Be added to the project

    • Install the extension in their browser

Report feedback on any website.

Another benefit of the Browser Extension is the ability to report feedback on any website. This opens up exciting possibilities like:

This is great for use cases such as:

  • New design ideas

  • Product pricing suggestions

  • Sharing top-ranking Google search results

  • Sharing the latest tech news

  • ...and so much more!

Here's an example of how a user might share a product comparison idea with their team.

Collect session replay video, console logs, and network requests

If you'd like to collect session replay videos, console logs, and network requests, ensure that you choose to "show the widget" on the website you intend to monitor.

In the following example, we will demonstrate the process using a browser extension with the widget activated.

Google Chrome Extension

Click here to install our Google Chrome Extension, and follow the on-screen instructions:

  • Add To Chrome -> Add Extension.

  • Optional: Pin to the toolbar as displayed below.

Also, pin the extension to the Extensions bar as shown below.

Firefox Extension

Click here to install our Firefox Extension, and follow the on-screen instructions:

Add To Firefox -> Add Extension.

Microsoft Edge Extension (Using the Chrome web store)

  • Click here to open the Chrome Web Store page on Edge.

  • On the top of your Edge window, click “Allow extension from other stores.”

  • Allow > Add to Chrome > Add extension

  • Optional: Pin to the toolbar as displayed below.

Browser Extension FAQs

We address the most common queries we receive on our Browser Extensions: FAQs page.


Our Chrome, Edge, and Firefox browser extensions are essential tools for website owners and developers looking for a user-friendly feedback mechanism. Experience the power and flexibility of today! 🚀

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