webQsee is a browser plugin that helps you analyzing web application behavior and gather data for in depth analysis of problems.
Our goal is to provide a superior tool for developers and QA engineers that speeds up collection of relevant data and sharing this data within their team.
Sniff and analyze website communication using custom rules, make videos and screenshots.
Combine videos of browser tabs with the network communication and console output of the tab, replay later.
Combine screenshots of browser tabs with the network communication and console output of the tab, view later.
Save environmental data for screenshots, videos and reports.
Easy grouping, sorting and filtering of sniffed data based on different criteria.
Export as HAR, XLSX and more, optionally using the same filter criterias as above.
All features of "Free"
More Custom Rules
Better Import Capabilities
All features of "Professional"
Even longer Videos
Even longer Reports
Unlimited number of Custom Rules
Invite up to 4 other users into your team (totaling a team size of 5)
Share your Custom Rules within this team
All features of "Small Team"
Team size based on your needs
Critical data outside premises
Data captured with webQsee remains on your system or in your own cloud. webQsee servers only have access to noncritical metadata.
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But what's the question?
are trying establish webQsee as a valuable tool for web developers
Troubleshooting web applications and collecting the data required by software engineers to improve their products is becoming more and more complex. We at pagu.at are convinced, that webQsee can greatly reduce the time that has to be spent for such tasks and improve the quality of the data that is collected.
Pushing the limits of what can be done purely client-side in a browser extension is one of the key concepts and goals of webQsee. This also is one of the main distinctions compared to other market solutions: privacy as a first-class citizen. Not everything needs to be processed or stored in the webQsee cloud, especially not data captured with webQsee.