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Explore how to edit and assert your user flows in the Recorder, install extensions, and export it to various formats, as well as use Puppeteer Replay other libraries to customize and replay programmatically.

Chapters:
0:00 - Intro
0:17 - 2 ways to debug user flows
0:25 - Slow down the replay
0:40 - Set breakpoint, replay step by step
0:13 - Edit a step manually
2:01 - Configure a step
2:28 - Assert a step
3:37 - Export user flows
3:42 - Export and import as JSON
3:54 - Puppeteer Replay
4:07 - Schedule Puppeteer Replay
4:17 - Replay with third party libraries
4:31 - Export as Puppeteer Replay script
4:44 - Customize replay script
5:10 - Export as Puppeteer script
5:26 - Install Recorder extension
6:11 - Convert user flows programmatically
6:24 - Build your own Recorder library or extension

Links:
Code demo → goo.gle/recorder-demo
Get started with Recorder → goo.gle/devtools-recorder
Recorder reference → goo.gle/devtools-recorder-refe...
Puppeteer Replay → goo.gle/puppeteer-replay
Recorder extension → goo.gle/recorder-extension

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