No, you don’t! The Avo Inspector SDK is designed to not require any changes to your existing tracking code. Read more on setting up the SDK here.
No, you don’t! Avo doesn’t collect any user data. We only collect metadata about your user data. Read more on what kind of data Avo collects in What kind of data does Avo collect? below.
Avo doesn’t collect any user data. We only collect metadata about your user data. So what does that mean? Let’s take an example. If you are sending the following event from your app:
User Id: 1337
Email Address: “firstname.lastname@example.org”
Product Id: 45
our SDK will analyze that and store it as:
User Id: int
Email Address: string
Product Id: int
Avo doesn’t need to know the actual values, we only need to understand the shape of the data.
The Avo Inspector SDK analyzes your user data and delivers metadata about the user data to Avo’s servers. Based on that metadata we build your tracking plan and alert on any issues.
Avo Inspector SDKs does batch events before sending metadata about them to Avo’s servers. The details of the batching may vary between platforms, read more in the docs for the SDKs.
Reach out to email@example.com or on Intercom, we would love to help!
You can receive email alerts when new issues are detected. Head to the Issues dashboard on avo.app to configure email alerts.
The "bubble" of the In-App Inspector (aka Avo Debuggers) is visible when Avo is initialized in
dev mode. The details differ between platforms as follows:
On Android and iOS the bubble will be shown if you include Inspector SDK and initialize it with the environment parameter set to
On Web the bubble will be shown if you are using Avo Codegen and the env parameter in
initAvo is set to
On React Native the bubble is not shown automatically. You will have to trigger it manually.
Nope! The "bubble" is only on when env is set to
dev. (More in above answer).