How to find JS errors

Have you ever noticed that a JavaScript error (JS error) has occurred in a page?

Here are some tools to find JS errors.

1. How to find JS errors in Anatomy

Anatomy, an access analysis tool that "visualizes" Google Analytics, has not only information on analysis such as access indicators and user traffic lines, but also screen captures of pages and resource information. So you can check for JS errors in the page.

1.Display page information tab
2. Click the [JS error] button
3.Tile turns red on pages with JS error
4. Right-click the tile and click [Display detailed information of page].
In the access analysis tool "Anatomy", the page where the js error has occurred in the site can be displayed with a red tile
5. Click [Resource] on the detailed information page
6.If a JS error occurs, an icon is displayed in the JavaScript part
In the access analysis tool "Anatomy", you can check the JavaScript file where the error actually occurs

With this alone, you can check the page where the JS error has occurred and the resource where the error has actually occurred.

Conclusion

Broken links, JavaScript errors, or incorrectly displayed pages can increase your exit rate. Improving page quality is also important in access analysis. Please try to maintain the page using Anatomy.

If you have any concerns about your Google Analytics settings, such as not being able to measure the pages you care about, there is also a service that can diagnose the settings of Google Analytics.

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