Userlytics WebRecorder is a screen recorder extension for chrome. it's a free extension , it has 10,000+ active users since released its first version, it earns an average rating of 4.15 from 13 rated user, last update is 45 days ago.
Take paid Userlytics tests right from your browser with our easy-to-use web recorder with extension. To use this application, you must first be invited to take a Userlytics test. Userlytics, a leading global platform for easy and intuitive remote user experience testing, makes online usability testing easier than ever with its new web recorder with extension. Test participants can dive right into remote usability tests right from their browser by downloading this fast and secure web extension. Our solution to fast and simple remote UX testing is compatible on the most popular web browsers and across all major operating systems. The web recorder with extension allows for easy participant onboarding and a smoother testing experience. Participants can take most tests without ever switching tabs, with test tasks appearing as an overlay on the test screen. Userlytics’ Web Recorder with Extension offers the following benefits: Task instructions/question overlay (No tab switching needed) Compatibility with the latest version of the most commonly used browsers, including Google Chrome, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge Compatibility with all major operating systems To learn more about Userlytics and paid testing opportunities, please visit Userlytics.com.
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This extension is not working properly, I have enabled all third-party cookies, and do not have any sort of adblocking or cookie blocker, and yet I am told and linked to instructions on how to enable cookies, I am not a stupid guy, I am an IT developer and I know how to enable cookies. Uninstalling and telling everyone I know that they should uninstall.
This is definitely an improvement over the previous ways to user Userlytics, but unfortunately this extension breaks the scroll bar on some sites that I use (while not doing a Userlytics test) and I have to manually disable it when I'm not using it. This isn't very convenient and it took a lot of troubleshooting to figure out. Please fix the bugs! I noticed two different problems with the scroll bars- one where the scroll bar took up the vertical length of the page and couldn't be used for scrolling (but the scroll wheel still worked) and another where two different scroll bars appeared on the page. I can confirm this extension was the problem because I turned it on and off several times under "Manage Extensions", restarting the browser each time, and I only noticed the problematic behavior with the extension on.
Updated extension stopped recording my audio properly so the hours of work I spent providing feedback wasn't compensated. I have no problem with any other testing site being able to record my audio.