This plugin allows you to capture Zustand mutations/state and inspect them later on while replaying session recordings. This is very useful for understanding and fixing issues.


npm i @openreplay/tracker-zustand


Initialize the @openreplay/tracker package as usual and load the plugin into it. Call the plugin and to set up the store name, this will return a named store tracker instance which you can call with your store exemplar as an argument to enable tracking of this store.

If your website is a Single Page Application (SPA)

import Tracker from '@openreplay/tracker';
import trackerZustand from '@openreplay/tracker-zustand';

If your web app is Server-Side-Rendered (SSR)

import Tracker from '@openreplay/tracker/cjs';
import trackerZustand from '@openreplay/tracker-zustand/cjs';

Tracking the Zustand Store

import create from "zustand";
const tracker = new Tracker({
const zustandPlugin = tracker.use(trackerZustand())
// name is optional, randomly generated
// string if its undefined
const bearStoreLogger = zustandPlugin('bear_store')
const useBearStore = create(
bearStoreLogger((set: any) => ({
bears: 0,
increasePopulation: () => set((state: any) => ({ bears: state.bears + 1 })),
removeAllBears: () => set({ bears: 0 }),


You can customize the plugin behavior with options to sanitize your data. They are similar to the ones from the standard createLogger plugin.

filter (mutation, state) {
// returns `true` if a mutation should be logged
// `mutation` is a `{ type, payload }`
return mutation.type !== "aBlacklistedMutation";
transformer (state) {
// transforms the state before logging it.
// for example return only a specific sub-tree
return state.subTree;
mutationTransformer (mutation) {
// mutations are logged in the format of `{ type, payload }`
// we can format it any way we want.
return mutation.type;


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