Session Search

Browsee automatically captures all your user's sessions and indexes them for easy search

You can search session by

User Actions

  • Urls visited by users - Also works out of the box for SPA's like React, Angular, Vue.

  • Text user clicks

  • CSS Selectors of elements users click

  • HTML ID of elements clicked

  • name of form fields users edit

User Experience Issues

  • Errors - These are errors encountered by users in their sessions

    • Javascript Errors

    • Network Issues like slow ajax calls, 50x errors, etc.

    • Broken Links

  • Rage Clicks - These are signs of users frustration

Identify Call

  • User Id - Provided in identify call

  • Tags - Provided in identify call

  • name/email - Provided in identify call

  • Custom Attributes - Attributes other than name, email, tags provided in identify call

  • Identified - If a user was identified via an identify call

More about identify calls here.

Session Parameters

  • Session Duration

  • Referral - Domain from which the user landed

  • UTM Parameters - source, medium, campaign, term, content. Picked from the session's first URL.

Device Details

  • Operating System

  • Browser

  • Device - Mobile, Desktop, etc.

  • Country

Search by "Clicked Element ID"

You can search your sessions by Element ID (commonly used in HTML, CSS elements).

<button type="button" id="submit">Sign Up</button>

If you will just look at the button here, the ID of the button is "submit". You can simply search by this ID in your sessions as shown below:

Search by Element ID

Search by "Clicked Element Text"

You can search your sessions by simply searching based on the text of the clicked element.

<button type="button" id="submit">Sign Up</button>

If you will just look at the button here, the text of the button is "Sign Up". You can simply search by this text in your sessions as shown below:

Search by Clicked Element Text

Search by "Edited Form Field"

You can search your sessions by simply searching based on the name of the edited form field.

<input type="text" placeholder="Email" name="email">

If you will just look at the input field here, the name of the field is "email". You can simply search by this text ("email") in your sessions as shown below:

Search by Edited Form Field

Search by "Clicked Element Selector"

You can also search your sessions by CSS selectors (commonly used in HTML, CSS elements). You can use Browsee Chrome Extension to identify the CSS selector of your element.

You can simply search by this ID in your sessions as shown below: