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Please note, all of the recommendations and troubleshooting tips below are only applicable to extensions in the Google Chrome web browser.
The Apollo Chrome Extension lets you access key Apollo features directly within Gmail and LinkedIn. Like any other app, you may encounter issues while you use the Apollo Chrome Extension. Below, you will find troubleshooting tips that you should consider if you encounter any problems.
To check which extensions you have running, type
chrome://extensions/ in your Chrome browser address bar. You can turn each extension on or off by clicking the toggle.
To test if you are having compatibility issues with other extensions, give the Apollo Chrome Extension permission to run in incognito mode by clicking Details.
From the Details menu, scroll down to Allow in Incognito and click the toggle to allow the Apollo Chrome Extension to run in incognito mode.
After you enable the Apollo Chrome Extension to run in incognito mode, launch an incognito window. Click the three vertical dots in the righthand corner and select New Incognito Window. If the Apollo Chrome Extension works properly when you log into Gmail or Apollo in the incognito window, then you likely have a compatibility issue with one of your other extensions.
Please note, Apollo is aware of compatibility issues with the following extensions:
- Salesforce IQ
- Persist IQ
If you do have compatibility issues with a different extension, Apollo recommends that you disable or remove the interfering extension. You can also whitelist the website you have issues with if the incompatible extension offers that functionality. Finally, you can operate the incompatible extension in a separate Chrome Profile.
If the steps above don't clear up the issue, please contact the Apollo Technical Support team.
Make Sure the Apollo Chrome Extension Is Up To Date
Make sure the Apollo extension is up-to-date. Type
chrome://extensions in your browser's address bar, click the Developer Mode toggle in the top right corner, and then click the Update button that appears at the top of the page to confirm your extensions are up to date.
Make Sure the Chrome Browser Is Up To Date
Make sure the Chrome browser is up-to-date. Type
chrome://settings/help in your browser's address bar. The page that loads will display whether Chrome is up to date or provide you with an option to update it.
Check For Blocked Cookies
chrome://settings/content/cookies in your browser's address bar and double check that you aren't blocking third-party cookies.
Perform a Hard Refresh
Perform a hard refresh on your browser with the keyboard shortcut Command+Shift+R for Macs or Ctrl+F5 for PCs. This clears the browser's cache for a specific page.
Clear Your Browser Cache
Try clearing the entire browser's cache. Type
chrome://settings/privacy in your browser's address bar and click Privacy and Security to get to your browsing data. Click Clear Browsing Data to bring up the menu that allows you to clear your cache.
Once you see the menu, you can change the time range the data that you would like to clear. Click the drop-down and select All Time. Then, on the bottom right, click Clear Data to clear your cache.
Check For Multiple Instances of Apollo
Double check that only one instance of Apollo is open and only one instance of Gmail or Salesforce is open in another tab or in another window.