Amplitude Instrumentation Explorer is an extension in the Google Chrome Web Store that helps you examine and debug your Amplitude JS SDK instrumentation through interactions with your website. Each of your interactions that fires an event into Amplitude will be captured by the debugger and displayed in the extension popup.
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Note: The Instrumentation Explorer shows the "event_type" (in case you have a "display name" added for this event, it will still show the"event_type").
Chrome Web Store
The Amplitude Instrumentation Explorer extension is currently only available in the Chrome Web Store here.
The Events tab gives you detailed insights into the parameters of each event you fire on your website, including user_id, device_id, event_properties, and user_properties.
The Project dropdown allows you to switch between the different Amplitude projects your events are being fired to. Each Amplitude project is distinguished by an abbreviated API Key.
Clicking on the forbidden icon will help you clear all the events in your popup.
Clicking on the invisible icon will help you hide specific event types.
Clicking on the copy icons will help you copy your events' event and user property parameters.
The API Options tab allows you to view the configuration options you've set for each project's SDK.
The Settings tab will show you a list of your hidden events and give you the option to display events on the webpage as they fire.