- by Firefox user 15146606, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Updated Review: I was not using any content blocking, however I tested some different pages to figure out what triggers the display of info, I was hoping to use this addon for testing analytics tracking code but it seems that GA Tracking code on its own is not checked by the addon, it exclusively checks Google Tag Manager setups.
Does not do anything, the tab opens, records a list of visited websites, but the url buttons don't open up into anything.
Developer responseposted 3 years agoHi - I'd like to learn more about this bug! Please feel free to file an issue at https://github.com/sean-adams/dataslayer/issues or email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
In the short term, are you sure you've disabled any Content Blocking, Tracking Protection, or third party adblocking addons? Unfortunately dataslayer cannot capture the information for any tracking requests that are blocked elsewhere in the browser.
Update: GA tracking code definitely should be tracked here even if there is no GTM setup, so if you're not seeing GA data that's still unfortunately a bug :( and I'd like to help you fix it - do feel free to reach out!
- by Firefox user 15109362, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5I've used this extension for years on Chrome and it's been fantastically useful and regularly updated as the tag management landscape has evolved. Not finding a Firefox equal to this extension was one of the main reasons I continued using Chrome for work! So I am thrilled to finally be able to use it on Firefox!