Reviews: Privacy Sandbox Analysis Tool

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Jimmy HsiaoApr 2, 2024

useful tool

1 out of 4 found this helpful
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Andrey LipattsevFeb 28, 2024

Absolutely essential for cookie debugging! Great support too

6 out of 8 found this helpful
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Gustavo CostaJan 23, 2024

Loved! Completely straightforward checking the cookies on my page.

8 out of 11 found this helpful
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Dovid LevineJan 22, 2024

Very helpful and works great in Edge. The wiki docs are super thorough (not just on using the tool, but also the context and explanations behind it all). Could use a few UX improvements (embedding the Privacy Sandbox page on the initial view isnt very conducive for a console view, and made worse by the amount of padding), but considering how new this extension is I'm sure it'l get refined over time.

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Alberto MedinaDeveloperJan 22, 2024

Thanks for your thoughtful feedback Dovid! You are right and we should be improving the UX and address the important points you made regarding the embeds. Some such improvements are on their way for the following release, and others will continue coming in upcoming versions.

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blackshadow004Jan 21, 2024

Works well in brave but not available at firefox store.

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Alberto MedinaDeveloperJan 21, 2024

Thanks for your feedback! Chrome is restricting third-party cookies by default, starting with 1% of users to facilitate testing, and then ramping up to 100% of users from Q3 2024. The goal for developers is to minimize disruptions to their users due to these changes. This requires understanding the Privacy Sandbox and taking advantage of tooling and guidance to audit the core user journeys (CUJs) on your site. This extension is one of those tools and its purpose is to help developers analyze and debug browsing sessions specifically in Chrome. Check the extension Wiki page for more information on this: https://github.com/GoogleChromeLabs/ps-analysis-tool/wiki

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Melissa DsouzaJan 17, 2024

A must-have extension if you are preparing your website for a world without third party cookies.

3 out of 3 found this helpful
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Dhaval ParekhJan 17, 2024

Essential for developers! This tool demystifies cookie usage and guides you on what to do next to prepare for the end of third-party cookies.

6 out of 6 found this helpful
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vishal kotakJan 17, 2024

An invaluable tool providing essential insights into cookie usage and expert guidance on navigating the new privacy-preserving Chrome APIs, ensuring your site stays ahead in adapting to the imminent third-party cookie deprecation.

5 out of 5 found this helpful
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marcel kJan 17, 2024

stop debugging the browser every time

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Alberto MedinaDeveloperJan 17, 2024

Update: PSAT has been updated and now it is possible to enable and disable the use of CDP, therefore allowing users to control the appearance of the Info Bar indicating when PSAT is debugging the browser. ================= Thanks for reaching out Marcel. The Info Bar is being displayed due to PSAT's use of the Chrome DevTools protocol to gather the data regarding blocked cookies and the reasons why they were blocked. You are rightly pointing to the need of making that capability configurable so developers can turn it on only when debugging their sites. This is being added to PSAT and will be released very soon. If you have questions please reach out in PSAT's support forum: https://github.com/GoogleChromeLabs/ps-analysis-tool/discussions/categories/support-forum

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Marvin SenenkoJan 13, 2024

Works very well for me

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