Issue Documentation

A template for success

Stop wasting time on half-baked issue reports. Get everything you need from the start.
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A complete documentation hub

A PlayerZero issue report
DOM Snapshots
Steps to Reproduce
Activity Log

Built to be shared

Sourcing and fixing bugs is a team effort that crosses many areas of an organization.  It’s now easier than ever to communicate in an efficient and dependable way.
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Simple to integrate

With the power of a link, you can add these reports to any current issue reporting process. We’ve also built in a few core integrations!
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Stay aligned with your team

PlayerZero reports are designed to be created by anyone and useful to everyone. No translation required.
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Reduce unnecessary noise

User data is uploaded on demand through an action in your web app, so you only get reports that matter.
"PlayerZero completely eliminates the back and forth with users when they report bugs. All the information and context I need is right there, with no extra effort on my part."
Roy Nehoran, Frontend Engineer
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Getting started is easy

Download the chrome extension or add the single-line snippet and start logging issues with the click of a button.
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Everything you need to fix an issue

Say goodbye to the days of scrambling to source the information your team needs to solve an issue.
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Extremely detailed

Metadata, steps to reproduce, session storage, local storage and so much more… You’ll never need to ask for more information from support or the user.
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A single place of record

Institutional knowledge is golden. PlayerZero allows you to confidently keep a record of all team interactions around a bug.

Try it out now!

Getting started is as easy as adding a JS snippet to your code – you'll be catching issues in no time. As you await your first issue, you can play around in a demo environment to get comfortable.
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