WASP.inspector: Analytics Solution Profiler is a adobe extension for chrome. also, it is tag manager extension and adobe analytics extension. it's a free extension and is featured in Developer Tools, it has 50,000+ active users since released its first version, it earns an average rating of 4.54 from 186 rated user, last update is 1035 days ago.
▶ WASP.inspector for Google Chrome ◀ Next generation web analytics quality assurance. The Web Analytics Solution Profiler (WASP) is the must have tool for managers, marketers and implementation specialists who wants to audit, validate and debug the data sent from their websites via tags and beacons. » Features ★ Sophisticated algorithm which auto-detects every type of tag, including those sent through POST requests - all the time; ★ Eye-catching visualization which show the relationships between all tags, regardless of the complexity of the underlying instrumentation; ★ Friendly names for Google Analytics, Universal Analytics and Adobe Site Catalyst decode and make clear exactly what information is being sent; ★ Show SEO information about the page being inspected ★ Get info about async script loading and relative tag position in HEAD, BODY or INJECTED ★ Exclusive Google Tag Manager data layer view (even if not using the dataLayer name) ★ Rapidly locate and isolate exactly the item you are looking for with the find feature; ★ Tag-blocking or redirect scripts for advanced quality assurance. » Getting started WASP adds a new tab in the Chrome developer tools to enable quick finding and detailed viewing of analytics tags and other technologies as you browse the web. To open the Chrome Developer Tools • On Windows and Linux, press Control-Shift-i • On Mac, press ⌥⌘I (Command-Option-i) Then, select the WASP panel » Support & more info • Please note WASP hook up deep into Chrome and requires Chrome version 32.x or later • http://webanalyticssolutionprofiler.com/support/ » Tags/beacons/web analytics/ad networks/tag management systems detected: • WASP will automatically detect ALL tags, including Google Analytics, Universal Analytics, DoubleClick, Google Tag Manager, Adobe Site Catalyst, IBM Coremetrics and Unica, Webtrends, all tag management systems vendors, all ad networks, all social media tags - all the time! » The fine prints You are hereby granted a non-exclusive, non-transferable limited license to use this software for personal or corporate needs as defined by the type of license (either free, or purchased). WASP is the property of Cardinal Path LLC, and is protected by intellectual property laws and international treaties. Unauthorized use, reproduction or distribution of this program, or any portion of it, may result in severe civil and criminal penalties, and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law. WASP is based inter alia on proprietary know-how of Cardinal Path LLC and all text, graphics and contents are the property (either owned or by way of licences) of Cardinal Path LLC. Permission is granted to download Cardinal Path's WASP provided that: (1) the use of WASP is in accordance to the license type (free or purchased), (2) WASP will not be copied or posted on any networked computer or broadcast in any media, and (3) no modifications to any of the WASP code-base are made. This permission terminates automatically without notice if you breach any of these terms or conditions. Upon termination, you will immediately destroy any downloaded and printed Materials.
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I have been using WASP for a number of years, and generally it does a lot good. That said, it ends up getting a one star rating because: 1. when you opt out of the anonymous data gathering, it immedietly clears the check box. Thus, I have no assurance that anonymous data is not being sent. For me, that means I may be in violation of agreements with my clients. 2. when you block a tag or script there is no way to unblock them. Within the 'Manage Element Bypasses" window, after selecting 'Never' for each blocking action, the 'Apply' button does nothing. Everything remains blocked. 3. The 'Custom Training' link now resolves to a 4xx page. 4. Documentation does not exists, or is useless. Generally, WASP appears to be abandonware. If you rely on it, it will not be there when you really need it.
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