Ben Edelstein Founder @LogRocket, formerly @Google.

Session filters, NPM package, sessions by user

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We have been hard at work on a number of major improvements to LogRocket that make it easier to find relevant user sessions.

Session filters and search

Looking to watch sessions that contain a specific error? Or trying to find a session that started on a certain page? LogRocket now supports a wide set of filters that allow you to limit sessions by a variety of parameters such as by URL or Redux action. We will be rolling out a number of improvements here over the upcoming weeks, so let you us know what you’d like to see!

NPM package

import LogRocket from 'logrocket'

LogRocket can now be installed via NPM! This allows you to bundle the LogRocket snippet into your app for a cleaner installation. See the docs here for information on upgrading.

Sessions By User

When visiting from a support integration, you can now jump between user sessions directly from within the app:

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