Overview

Loggr collects, organizes and distributes your events. All you have to do is add a few lines of unobtrusive code to your app so it's able to publish its events. Once published, you control the organization, analysis and distribution through our website.

Dashboard
Log View
Searching Events
View Event Details
Bookmarks
Analytics
Manage Your Log Settings


Dashboard

When you first sign into Loggr you are presented with the Dashboard. This currently shows today's alerts. This is a "live" feed, updated every 30 seconds. Along the right side is a list of your logs which you can easily click through.

This is the Loggr Dashboard. Quickly see a live feed of your latest alerts
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Log View

When you click-through to see a specific log you will see all the latest events for today. Along the top you'll see a list of tabs that let you quickly switch between views of your events. Below the tab is the toolbar with buttons to refresh, search and other things with your events. Below the toolbar is your list of events with a pager below them to navigate. To the left of the event list is any Saved Searches you have setup.

This is the main view of your log and events
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Searching Events

Click the search button on the toolbar and quickly search your list of events. Use the sub-tabs (Text, Source, User, Tags, Class and Dates) to choose which criteria to search. When searching, all the criteria specified will be used within the search and will be displayed in the toolbar below. Clicking a search criteria in the toolbar removes the criteria from the current search. You can also save your common searches by clicking the arrow next to the list of current search criteria.

Click the search button on the toolbar and quickly search your list of events.

Your search criteria show up in the toolbar, making it easy to see and change your criteria.

Your search criteria show up in the toolbar, making it easyto see and change your criteria.
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View Event Details

Click the view button next to an event to see details of the event. In the screenshot below, the data is from an error event showing error details, client details and a stack trace from the error.

Click the view button next to an event to see details of the event.

If your events contain geo information, you will see a map showing the location of those details.

If your events contain geo information, you will see a map showing the location of those details.
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Bookmarks

When events are flying by, click on the Bookmark button to remember it. You can use the search tools to navigate all your bookmarks as well.

When events are flying by, click on the Bookmark button to remember it.
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Analytics

Click the Analytics tab to see detailed information about your events. The analytics will be applied to the events filtered by your current search criteria. See different metrics of your events graphed over time with the option to compare it to the previous period.

Quickly analyze your events over time.

See a breakdown on the usage of fields in the current list of events.

See a breakdown on the usage of fields in the current list of events.

Event see your geo-coded events grouped on a map.

See your geo-coded events grouped on a map.
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