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As a part of Google analytics testing i need to check the events triggered, hit types, conversions, custom dimensions etc..

So i need to check the above mentioned attributes in Firefox browser. I couldnt find any good extensions in firefox browser that helps my testing as i found in google chrome.

Can any one let me know if there is any possibilty to test Google Analytics in firefox browser

Thank you

  • Have you tried WASP? – lucgenti Jun 15 '15 at 16:59
  • Hi Lucgenti, I tried checking WASP add-on for firefox but no luck. – A user Jun 16 '15 at 8:41
  • I think you should try again, because it's a very handy tool and is good in letting you know what analytics is doing. – lucgenti Jun 16 '15 at 9:16
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    Software recommendations are off-topic here. Anyway, I highly suggest to change browser when testing Google Analytics. – lucgenti Jun 16 '15 at 10:06
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    If that's ok for you, answer your question by yourself and approve it. – lucgenti Jun 16 '15 at 14:06
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I just managed to check the google analytics parameters in firefox. Hope this helps. Open firefox browser->Tools->WebDeveloper-> webConsole You would be prompted with a seperate or autofitted window. Then go to Tool Box options-> Enable google Chrome addon debugging in advanced settings. Then check in the network tab. you would get all the query parameters as you see in google.

Also switch on the GTM debugger in firefox to check the query parameters more reasonable

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