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Published on September 19th, 2020

Chrome DevTools

How to filter requests with errors on Chrome's DevTools

Tired of trying to look for errors in DevTools by scrolling a long list of HTTP responses?Open up your Chrome DevTools and hit the Network tab and then try filtering the responses by typing the property in the filter box.It comes in handy when you want to narrow down to a specific list of HTTP responses. For instance, if you're looking for responses with error 404, you can filter it by typing like this: .Another trick is, you can filter out the responses that you don't want to see by just adding a hyphen like this: .Hope this tip helps you out!

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Tired of trying to look for errors in DevTools by scrolling a long list of HTTP responses?

Open up your Chrome DevTools and hit the Network tab and then try filtering the responses by typing the status-code property in the filter box.

It comes in handy when you want to narrow down to a specific list of HTTP responses. For instance, if you're looking for responses with error 404, you can filter it by typing like this: status-code:404.

Another trick is, you can filter out the responses that you don't want to see by just adding a hyphen like this: -status-code:200.

Hope this tip helps you out!