In some cases, when you are facing troubles, it will be very helpful to our support team if you provide them with the output file of the browser console.


The steps to get the console logs are pretty similar among most popular browsers, but there might be slight differences. In this article you will learn how to obtain them in different browsers. Please, check the steps below.


TABLE OF CONTENTS


Google Chrome


Step 1: Open the Developer tools


Press F12 or right-click your mouse at any part of the page and select Inspect from the drop down options:



Step 2: Switch to the Console tab



Step 3: Save the logs

  • Option 1:

Right-click at any place in the console content, and choose "Save as...", as shown below:



Save the file. 


  • Option 2:

If you do not see any data in the saved file, just copy and paste the console logs to any text editor (for example, Notepad) and save it as a text file.


Firefox


Step 1: Open Web Developer tools


Click hamburger menu button (1) and select Web Developer option from the drop down (2):



Step 2:  Open Web Console


Choose Web Console from the options:



You will see the Console tab opened:



Step 3: Save the logs


Select the console log text, copy and paste it to any text editor (for example, Notepad) and save it as a text file.


Internet Explorer


Step 1: Open the Developer tools


Press F12, or click the cog wheel icon in the top right corner to open Tools (1) and select F12 Developer Tools option from the drop down (2):



Step 2: Switch to the Console tab



Step 3: Save the logs


Right-click at any place in the console content, and choose "Copy all", as shown below:



Paste the copied content to any text editor (for example, Notepad) and save it as a text file.


Microsoft Edge


Step 1: Open the Developer tools


Press F12, or in the top right corner of the page click the ... button to open the settings (1), choose More tools option (2) and then Developer tools (3):



Step 2: Switch to the Console tab



Step 3: Save the logs

  • Option 1:

Right-click at any place in the console content, and choose "Save as...", as shown below:



Save the file.


  • Option 2:

If you do not see any data in the saved file, just copy and paste the console logs to any text editor (for example, Notepad) and save it as a text file.


Safari


Prerequisite: Enable Apple Safari Develop menu


By default, the Develop menu in Safari is disabled. To enable it, open the Safari menu and choose Preferences option.



Switch to the Advanced tab.



Put a checkmark for Show Develop menu.



Make sure that you see the Develop menu between the Windows menus and the Bookmarks.



Close the Preferences.


Step 1: Open the Developer tools


Click the Develop menu (1) and then Show Web Inspector (2).




Step 2: Switch to the Console tab



Step 3: Save the logs


Before saving the logs, put a checkmark for Preserve Log (1), make sure that you have selected filter for All (2) and click the Clear log (3) button, as shown below:



Reproduce the issue you are facing. Now the console activity is recorded.
Select text in console using Cmd+A hotkey or right-click at any place in the console content, and choose Copy Selected



Paste it to any text editor (for example, Notepad) and save it as a text file.


Opera


Step 1: Open the Developer tools


Right-click at any place on your page, and choose Inspect element from the options:



Step 2: Switch to the Console tab




Step 3: Save the logs

  • Option 1:

Right-click at any place in the console content, and choose "Save as...", as shown below:



Save the file.


  • Option 2:

If you do not see any data in the saved file, just copy and paste the console logs to any text editor (for example, Notepad) and save it as a text file.


Step 4: Send the saved file to our support team