Epica Extension for Chrome
Install Epica Extension
You can install Epica Pixel Helper form thins link: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/epica-pixel-helper/fpmajoplndgakfpcgnfcmilpaolppbbo
Just click the “Add to Chrome” button and the extension will install automatically.
Check Events in a website
Navigate to the website you want to check, open the extension and click Start Tracking Events
The page will reload and the extension will capture every Event fired in the page on the left container and keep a log of every Event fired in your navigation on the right container.
Every event will have:
- Event Type, there are 4 types of events:
- Track: Action of the user on the website
- Page: Information related to the website
- Identify: User registration or Login
- Recommender: Recommender information retrieved
- Event Name: Name of the Event configured by the user, only for type Track.
- Event Properties, these properties change depending on the type:
- Track: Properties used by the user
- Page: Information of the page visited like URL, referrer, title.
- Identify: Traits of a registered user
- Recommender: Products of the recommender
- Status: Shows if the event was captured by Epica, if it was the status is 200 OK, if it’s not the status and the color will change.
- Recommendations: Advice for Event and properties standardization.
You can also filter out to see only one type of events using these checkboxes.
Check User and Client properties
In the left upper corner, you will see your write_key, anonymous_id, and status of the pixel.
In the right upper corner you will see these icons:
- Reload the page: Reloads current tab and capture new events
- Check user in the platform: Use your anonymous_id to check your user journey on Epica Platform.
- Check the documentation: Check Event standardization documentation or other