What is Loggr?
Get a control panel for your web app with event logging, user monitoring, analytics, notifications and more.
Loggr is a tool in the Logging Tools category of a tech stack.
Who uses Loggr?
Pros of Loggr
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- Log events across every tier in your appAnything from errors to sales to usage
- Easily segment events
- All your projects in one place
- Spot trends over time
- Your events have value
- Visualize geographical hot-spots
- Ad-hoc queries for digging deep
- Share events with everyone in your team or company
- Control what events each user sees
- Team members customize their own notifications
- Eliminate inbox-clogging notifications
- Easy to setup, zero maintenance
- Hosted and accessible from anywhere
- Build on our REST API
- Webforms to integrate with your back-office
- Webhooks enable event-triggered workflows
- Mashup your events with 3rd-party apps
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