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Persist Console logs between page refreshes

Written byPhuoc Nguyen
13 Apr, 2021
Imagine a situation where you print something in the Console when clicking or following a link. When you navigate to another page, the Console is cleared and all the messages are lost.
Fortunately, both Chrome DevTools and Firefox Developer Tools give us options to persist the logs between page loads.
Under the Console panel of Chrome DevTools, click the cog icon on the right, and turn on the Preserve log option:
Preserve log in Chrome DevTools
Preserve log in Chrome DevTools
In addition to the logs of each page, DevTools also lets you know when you navigate to another page. It's easy for us to determine where a log message comes from.
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