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DejaNotes Annotates Web Pages with Rich-Media 'Sticky Notes,' Adding an Extra Layer of Functionality to Performance Monitorin

Today Webmasters, testing and QA engineers, marketers, CIOs, and other C-level managers have a versatile new way to communicate: with DéjàNotes from AlertSite®. This clever new tool gives DéjàClick™ users the convenient ability to append comments, images, links, and even videos onto any portion of any Web page appearing in a script recorded by AlertSite's Business Transaction Monitor with DéjàClick.

Thousands of users the world over now use DéjàClick to record and monitor, with a single click, the performance of Web transactions—including those that involve Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) and those that require logins or lengthy forms to be filled out.

With DéjàNotes, DéjàClick users can attach “sticky notes” to any Web page, at any location on the page, at any point within a script, and share comments, instructions, messages, or even videos. DéjàNotes can pop-up when a DéjàClick script hits a specified page or transaction step, or be activated by some other trigger. Notes can also simply be placed on a page as an annotation. Every DéjàNote can be creatively customized with different shapes, images, colors, and embedded media, including hyperlinks. To view various sample notes, visit

“With DéjàClick, users gain more control of their Web site performance monitoring than ever before,” says Ken Gross, President and CEO of AlertSite. “DéjàNotes adds tangible benefits to DéjàClick for anyone along the business spectrum. The CIO of an airline can monitor customers’ click-through Web experience with DéjàClick, the best monitoring program in the industry, and immediately note where IT needs to make improvements to boost ticket sales. This is just another example of how AlertSite helps businesses improve overall efficiency and enhance their customers' online experience.”

With the introduction of DéjàNotes, AlertSite makes DéjàClick scripts even more potent and useful. DéjàNotes may contain instructions required to update a script; or document special property settings that were previously applied; or provide additional images, diagrams, and videos to help users navigate a site; or post reminders for infrequent or new users. Notable features include:

  • Notes Toolbar Button, which creates mini pop-up notes that users can place anywhere inside their scripts and easily toggle on or off during script replay.
  • Notes Editing, which lets users move, resize, edit, or delete notes. Notes Editing also allows users to change notes from plain text to HTML, and vice versa.
  • Notes Bulletin Board, which lets users find, review, and edit notes corresponding to a selected script, action, or event, without having to run the script.
  • Notes Options, modifying note shapes, note size, text color, font type, background color, note placement, and more. Note Options also allow the user to modify notes and note behavior during script replay.

Any Firefox user can download and install DéjàClick with DéjàNotes at, or for more information, product reviews, or to sign up for a free trial, visit

AlertSite's Business Transaction Monitor with DéjàClick is the first inside-the-browser transaction record-and-playback system, employing TrueUser™ browser content-capture to monitor Web application performance. This provides a true-to-life Web experience that recreates Web page dynamics from the perspective of the desktop user. In addition, DéjàClick saves time and money by automating the scripting process used to monitor Web transactions.


AlertSite is a leading provider of Web performance management solutions that ensure a customer's Web-based services and applications are always available and running at peak performance. More than 2,300 customers worldwide rely on AlertSite to understand and enhance the end-user Web experience, including Rooms To Go, Purina Mills, Sierra Trading Post and Vermont Teddy Bear.

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