New Page Summary Report

We have released a new page summary report in the new ObservePoint UI! This report will give you a quick view into the pages scanned allowing you to troubleshoot with more ease and get an easy snapshot into the pages included within your scan!

To see this new report first make sure you are looking at the new UI for ObservePoint you can get here by clicking Try the next OP app! from within your account! You will find that on the left-hand side of the main screen.

After that you will need to go to Data Sources on the left-hand side if you are not automatically directed there.

This takes you to the My Cards screen that you are familiar with, all of your audits and journeys are here! Click on one of your Audits to see this report. Once you open your audit you will find the Page Summary report on the left-hand side simply click on it to get to this report!

A View into Your Pages Scanned!

Filtering URLs

The Page Summary report is similar to the Page Details report in the legacy UI in that it will show you all of the URLs that have been scanned in the audit and let you click into any of those URLs for further information. At the top of the screen you will see a filter to search by URL. You can either search for any URL including the term you are looking for or you can use RegEx to further clarify.

You can also use a number of handy filters to see which pages might have problems you are looking to solve, like Rule Failures, high loading times, pages with a specific tag, cookie or request domain.

This will help you quickly gather URLs that you want to work on or address across your audit. Make sure to take advantage of these filters! 

Trending Data

Below the filters you will see a number of statistics some with trending lines under them. You will have access to the:

  • Number of Pages Scanned
  • Average Page Load Time (with trending data)
  • Broken Pages (with trending data) (Pages with a 0, 400, or 500 error code)
  • Rule Failures (with trending data)

To see the trending data over time hover over any of these charts and then click to expand. This will give you access to the chart for 3 months, 6 months, 9 months, or 13 months.

Load Time & Status Codes

Below the statistics, you will see a couple bar graphs showing you Page Load Times of the pages in your audit and the Page Status Codes of pages in your audit. You can click on any of the bars in these graphs to filter the list of pages below them.

Page Details

By clicking on any of the URLs in the list you can get details on the page. This data includes:

Page Information

This will show you the Status Code, Page Load Time, Page Size, Parent URL (which URL the audit found this URL on), Remote File Mapping if it's being done within the audit, and a Screenshot


This report shows you all the tags found on an individual URL. You can search by Tag or Variable for what you are looking for. You can also see the Tag Status codes and how many Requests were matched to that specific Tag. If you click on any tag name to expand it you will see what variables were found and which account and request they were tied to. Use this for trouble shooting your rules or what you expect to find on a page or don't expect!


This report shows you more data than we have ever shown before on the cookies picked up in an audit! Remember an audit visits pages as a new user! You can search the cookies to filter them down to what you are interested in and by clicking on a cookie you will find additional details like the Name, Value, Domain, Expiration, Http only setting, SameSite setting, and Secure setting. These are important when it comes to the security of your site and privacy of your users!

Request Log

The Request Log will now show you which requests have been identified as tags! If you expand the request you can also see the Tag Name (if there is one), Tag Category (if there is one), URL, Status Code, Load Time, and Geo Location.

Note: Not all requests are tags! But you may find some requests that are tags, but aren't identified yet, and need to be added to the ObservePoint library. Contact your ObservePoint contact with the URL where the tag is present and the request URL to identify the tag in question.

Console Log

As before you can see the Console Log for each individual page with any details captured. If you need to filter down the log either use the search function or click on any of the icons on the right! By clicking on an icon you only see that type of request!

Tag Initiators

The Tag Initiators report is now easier than ever to access! Here you can see the hierarchy of initiators on the page. This information is pulled from the Requests tab in your console. You can see a visual representation of these relationships at the top of this report (you can also click on this image to expand to full screen for easier viewing). Below the visual representation is a list of the the initiators in the order they initiated. Here you can click through and copy the request URL you are looking to hunt down. This report is useful for tracking down where a rogue tag is coming from or any technologies firing outside of your TMS. 

Note: With this report it is always good to double check a relationship by using Remote File Mapping to block the request you think is initiating the call and seeing if that tag disappears from the audit.


Here you can see all of your Applied, Failed, Passing, and Not Applied rules! You can expand any of the categories to see exactly why a rule is failing on a particular page. 

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