Fullstory Bugsnag Integration

Usage no npm install needed!

<script type="module">
  import bharathvajFullstoryBugsnag from 'https://cdn.skypack.dev/@bharathvaj/fullstory-bugsnag';



The FullStory-Bugsnag integration seamlessly integrates the FullStorys and Bugsnag platforms. When you look at a browser error in Bugsnag, you will see a link to the FullStory session replay at that exact moment in time. When you are watching a FullStory replay and your user experiences an error, you will see a custom error with the basic error details.

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For the FullStory-Bugsnag integration to work, you must have the FullStory browser SDK package and the Bugsnag browser SDK package.


To install the stable version:

with npm:

npm install --save @bharathvaj/fullstory-bugsnag

with yarn:

yarn add @bharathvaj/fullstory-bugsnag


Code Changes

To set up the integration, both FullStory and Bugsnag need to be initialized. Please add the following code:

import Bugsnag from '@bugsnag/js';
import * as FullStory from '@fullstory/browser';
import BugsnagFullStory from '@bharathvaj/fullstory-bugsnag';

FullStory.init({ orgId: '__FULLSTORY_ORG_ID__' });

  apiKey: '__YOUR_API_KEY__',
  plugins: [new BugsnagFullStory(options)],
  // ...

Replace __YOUR_API_KEY__ with the API found in Project Settings.

You also need to replace __FULLSTORY_ORG_ID__ with the value of _fs_org in the FullStory recording snippet on your FullStory settings page.


You can also customize the error event name in FullStory by

// ...
  apiKey: '__YOUR_API_KEY__',
  plugins: [
    new BugsnagFullStory({
      fsEventName: 'Custom Error Name',
  // ...



[ ] - Support Bugsnag Error link in FullStory Custom Event.

[ ] - Add Unit test cases

[ ] - Register this integration as plugin to bugsnap core library

How it works

In Bugssnag, you should see additional tab called FULLSTORY for the error event which will have urlAtTime.


In FullStory, you should see an event called BugSnag Error on the right sidebar.