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Sessions are essentially a bundle of Stored Queries, initiated by applying parameters to a Template. As such, in order to start a Session, you first need to create a Template.

New Session

There are two ways to start a new Session. You can always press the "New Session" on the top of the dashboard. However, on the Sessions page, you can also create a New session by pressing the "New" button.

Here, simply select the Template in the Templates selector. Then, pick the end time. You can also apply an end time by clicking one of:

  • 3m (3 minutes)
  • 10m (10 minutes)
  • 1h (1 hour)
  • 12h (12 hours)
  • 24h (24 hours)

Finally, press "Save" to start a new Session.


By clicking on the Filter icon on top, you can search through the different sessions. Simply fill in the fields and click Close to show the filtered results.


You can delete a Session by clicking on the Garbage Bin icon on the right side of a Stored Query. Simply confirm your action and the Session will be deleted.


By clicking on a session, you will see all the captured queries, and, if applicable, the screen recording on top of the screen. (Learn more about Screen Recording at the Templates feature page).


If there is a recording, you can play the recording by pressing the "Play" button. You can speed up or speed down the recording by pressing the 1x, 2x, 4x or 8x buttons. The "skip inactive" button will speed up through inactive parts of the recording. Finally, the last button will show the recording in Full Screen.

On the right side of the recording (if applicable), you can see the frontend console logs that were generated during the recording.

Below the recording is the list of queries that were part of the session, and "Frontend Recording" on top, if applicable. If "Frontend Recording" is shown, you can click on that bar to go to a different moment within the recording.

Stored Queries and Extended Tracing

The other bars are related Stored Queries. By clicking on their name, you will be transferred to the page of the related Stored Query. By clicking on one of the bars, if the query was of type "Query With Tracing", will show a modal of the selected trace. Simply click on one of the bars in that modal to see the related query log with of the same trace. Finally, when selecting a trace, you can click the Back button to go back to the Selected Trace overview. Similarly, if you click on the Copy button, you can copy the contents of that trace.

Sessions cannot be instantiated without Templates. Learn more about Templates in the next page.