This debugging tool is no longer maintained. Adobe recommends instead using the Adobe Experience Cloud Debugger Chrome Extension.
The Legacy Debugger inspects tags for most Adobe Experience Cloud services. Using the debugger lets you see what data is sent to Adobe on any given page on your site. You can use this information to troubleshoot or validate your organization’s implementation.
Copy the following code to your clipboard:
Each browser has different ways of handling bookmarks, but the concept is the same. A bookmark is created with the desired name and the bookmarklet code as the URL.
If you insist on not using the chrome extension, the legacy debugger bookmarklet can be used instead.
Edge does not have the ability to manually create a bookmarklet, but a bookmark URL can be edited into a bookmarklet.
Safari does not have the ability to manually create a bookmarklet, but a bookmark URL can be edited into a bookmarklet.
Navigate to the desired page on your site, then click the bookmarklet. A pop-up window appears, showing data sent to Adobe.
Certain ad-blocking plug-ins and pop-up blockers can interfere with the loading of the debugger window. Check for blocked pop-ups in your browser, and allow them so the debugger can work correctly.
The debugger has several options available, all of which customize how data is displayed. None of these options affect data collection.
To save default display options for the debugger, right click the ‘Adobe Debugger’ link in the top right corner, then copy the link address. Edit your current debugger bookmarklet and paste the updated code snippet into the URL field.