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Does LabStats track web-based applications?

LabStats’ reports show which applications are being used. Compare the usage of multiple applications or application groups (application tags) to easily decide which applications get used. Labstats tracks desktop apps as well as web apps (websites). LabStats only tracks the websites and applications that are useful to you. To view the applications that are being tracked, navigate to the Application Manager (navigate to Applications, click Manager). From there, you can check/uncheck the Tracked status of any application. You can also add any additional desktop or web-based applications that may be missing and set them to be tracked.

Website application tracking works automatically with the native internet browser of an OS. A browser extension must be installed to track Web apps under the following conditions:

  • Using the Chrome web browser on Windows requires the installation of the LabStats Google Chrome extension to track web applications.
  • Using Firefox web browser on MacOS and/or Windows requires the installation of the Firefox extension to track web applications.

Learn more about tracking Web Applications.

Updated on October 15, 2018

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