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Add a feedback button to the storybook UI
npm install @etchteam/storybook-addon-marker
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Storybook Addon Marker

A Storybook Addon to add a feedback button in Storybook.

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npm install @etchteam/storybook-addon-marker --save-dev


Create a file called main.js in your .storybook config folder.

Add the following content to it:

module.exports = {
  addons: ['@etchteam/storybook-addon-marker']

Then create a file called preview.js in the same folder and add your Marker destination as a parameter as well as the withMarker decorator:

import { addDecorator } from '@storybook/react';
import withMarker from '@etchteam/storybook-addon-marker/with-marker';


export const parameters = {
  marker: {
    destination: 'abcd1234567890', // <- Your unique destination ID

To set the type of capture to trigger, the optional mode property can be added to the marker options:

export const parameters = {
  marker: {
    destination: 'abcd1234567890', // <- Your unique destination ID
    mode: 'fullscreen', // fullscreen | advanced

It's possible to pass other Marker options to the marker parameter, either globally or per story. For example, custom metadata can be passed per story with the customData property:

export default {
  title: 'Example/Page',
  component: Page,
  parameters: {
    marker: {
      customData: {
        story: 'Page'

Where to find your Marker destination and other Marker configuration options can be found on the Marker SDK documentation.

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