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The Developer's Console

The Overwolf Developer's Console (also sometimes known as the Dev Console), serves as the go to place for managing your applications.

App visibility

An application does not have to be "public" in order to appear in the console. It can exist in "hidden" mode, where it can only be downloaded by users with a direct download link to the app. For more details, feel free to contact your DevRel manager (or just contact us if you do not yet have a DevRel manager)

Using the developer's console, you can interact with many things, including:


The developer's console also:

When you first open the console, you will be greeted by a log-in page. Log-In Page

Once you log-in, using your google account, you will be moved to the console's home-page. The All Applications Tab

From here, you will be able to freely navigate the console.

The Header Toolbar

Console Header Toolbar The header toolbar allows you to do several things:

  • Using the "burger menu" in the left, you can collapse or expand the sidebar.
  • By clicking on the Overwolf {dev} icon, you will be taken back to the console's homepage.
  • By clicking on the circular arrow, you can refresh the console's data in real-time, without refreshing the page.
  • By clicking on your user's icon, you can choose to log out from the console.

Console Footer Toolbar The footer toolbar shows up in pages where there are edit-able fields. Using it, you can:

  • Save any changes made since the last edit, by clicking Save.
  • Revert any changes made since the last edit, by clicking Discard changes.

Console Paging Footer The paging footer shows up in pages where there are (potentially long) lists of values. Using it, you can:

  • Control how many results are shown per result page.
  • Switch to different results pages.