Pulls user activity information. source snippets, OS, Browser, and setting details, and custom data, so teams can identify error location, app information. libraries, and user details
Uses “Telemetry Timeline” to recreate errors from Angular, Ember, Backbone, React, Knockout, Ampersand, Polymer, and Vanilla JS
Enhances stack traces with sourcemaps, inline source code, app info, Session id, user id, Browser, and OS information and provides script error solutions when possible
Charts error trends and sends instant notifications via “Daily Reports” to find total page views, total errors, and error rates
How Track JS works
Get more out of Track JS with Segment
If you are already using Segment, getting started with TrackJS becomes very simple and only requires you to enable it in your Segment settings. This is because your existing Segment implementation can collect the same information that TrackJS needs.