PricingIndividuals and open source communities
will always be able to use Replay for free.
- Debugging your app locally
- Posting a question on StackOverflow
- Adding a replay to a GitHub issue
- Getting feedback from friends
Private by defaultReplays are private by default so that you have the ability to decide if you would like to make your replay publicly available or invite collaborators.
Single sign on authenticationGoogle SSO is available by default for all of our plan levels because security should not be expensive.
TeamTeam workspaces make it easy to collaborate, manage recordings, and track conversations so that bugs get fixed faster.
Only pay for developers on your teamReplay is best when anyone on the team can record and collaborate within Replay. This is why teams can be up to ten users and you only pay per developer.
Upload source mapsUpload source maps at deploy time to Replay's secure backend with our Webpack and Next.js integrations or CLI. Because source maps are associated with the team, only members will have access to them.
Create recordings programmaticallyRecord Node scripts and Playwright and Puppeteer tests in CI with API Keys. With Replay, you can record the flaky test once and debug it directly.
Open source communitiesTeams are a safe way for open source communities to receive private replays that only maintainers will be able to view. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll cover the cost.
OrganizationOrganization includes Team workspaces with additional controls around access and recordings, SSO / SAML integration and Enterprise Security features.
Account-level access controls
- Limit team members by email domain
- Disable public recordings
- Allow and block recordings on specific domains
Multiple TeamsCreate multiple teams for different workflows, environments and teams within your Organization. We set an Org-wide cap at 10k recordings / month and up to 100 users / developers.
Test SuitesWe offer custom integrations with your e2e test runner and CI/CD pipeline e.g. Playwright, Cypress. Add Replay to CI, upload Replay for test failures to record and debug flaky tests.
Single sign on authenticationReplay handles authentication with Google SSO by default. Additional identity providers and authentication protocols of your choice are available e.g Okta.
EnterpriseThe enterprise plan offers additional controls around how Replays are managed, how they are recorded, and how they are stored. We also happy to discuss additional customizations around security, platform support, and debugging functionality.
Own your dataRetain full control of your Replay data. Host a storage bucket that Replay uses to store all of your replays. Revoke and monitor access to your replay data.
SupportAccess to dedicated support and a 99.9% uptime commitment for all scheduled availability.
Custom integrationsIntegrate Replay into your existing bug reporting, CI/CD, and development workflows. e.g. Jira, Jenkins, Selenium, Sentry, NextJS
Open SourceOur Open Source Plan offers the same features of our Team Plan with more flexibility on the number of users and developers.
Team PlanAccess to Team Plan features with flexibility on the number of seats for developers and users to fit large and growing Open Source projects taht want to use Replay at scale.
Issue Template Best PracticesDocumentation and onboarding support to get your bug report process in good shape with Replay.
Team InboxContributors can submit Replays and share them with maintainers so they can be easily triaged with source map support.