reviewed by David Carlier
The BugReplay extension works basically in two modes. Snapshot mode takes a static picture of the current page to be able to spot, for example, misplaced HTML elements. Video mode records for a couple of seconds to be able to reproduce a specific scenario as explained above with those two explicit icons.
As you can see in the last illustration, there is a blue icon to allow us to report or to give immediate feedback to BugReplay team within reasonable work hours. Once the snapshot is taken, you can apply various modifications such as cropping, resizing, and putting a comment and drawing on top of it to highlight the problem, useful even for non-developers individuals.
Then, there is the video mode which completes just as well as the snapshot mode,
Founded in 2015, BugReplay is a leading provider of an innovative set of web browser tools that make reporting bugs faster and fixing them easier. Its mission is to develop easy-to-use tools for diagnosing and repairing issues with web applications. Based in New York City, BugReplay’s offerings include: BugReplay, a screencast and network debugging tool for web developers and internal software testers; and Feedback by BugReplay, a reporting tool for website users to submit bug reports to customer support teams. For more information, visit http://www.bugreplay.com and follow on Twitter @BugReplay.