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Browser extension: What is it for and how to use it?
Browser extension: What is it for and how to use it?
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Written by Anthony Ribeiro
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The Tag Helper extension is designed to significantly enhance your experience with Poool services. This article explains how to install it, use it to preview elements, and interpret the essential information it presents.

Installation and preview

To start, from your dashboard, click on "preview" next to an Access scenario or Engage element, then follow the on-screen instructions to install the extension.

Once installation is complete, visit your media site to view the scenario or element in action, visible only to you.

You can also access the extension thanks to this link.

ℹ️ The extension will soon be available directly from the Chrome Web Store, enabling compatibility with other browsers beyond Google Chrome. This article will be updated accordingly.

Main information

The visible part of the extension provides critical data such as the Poool application ID, context, group and scenario viewed during navigation.

User journey and elements details

A little further down the extension, the get-paywall (when using Poool Access) and get-element (Poool Engage) queries give access to additional details about the wall or element present on the page.

With Access, for example, you can view the type of action displayed, and thus the step in a scenario that includes several.

On Engage, you'll be able to see the conditions used to trigger an element, its identifier and the optional custom css.

Event tracking

The extension also tracks events triggered by the SDK, providing you with an overview of user interactions, from initial engagement through to conversion.

Handling javascript events

Last but not least, the extension lets you monitor triggered JavaScript events and whether or not they have been handled (marked as handled or unhandled), for example to send them to your favorite analytics tool.

For a complete overview of JS events sent and the information they contain, visit our dev hub.


We hope this article has helped you get the most out of our browser extension, by making it easier to preview and test your user journeys!

If you have any questions, our team is at your disposal on chat 😉

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