CSS (18)
Add class to element
Add inline styles
Autocomplete styles using values
Use color picker outside window
Copy styles as JS
Debug CSS animation
Emulate color schemes
Emulate print styles
Find unused CSS
HWB color format
Inspect container queries
Inspect CSS Flexbox
Inspect CSS Grid
Locate styles in source
View styles for pseudo classes
View cascade layers
View computed styles
View styles of element
Other (14)
Add custom device
Capture full page screenshot
Capture viewport screenshot
Find in files
Go to file
Inspect the devtools
Open devtools with keyboard
Open devtools with mouse
Open devtools with new tab
Report feedback
Restore default settings
Set keyboard shortcuts
Toggle light & dark theme
View in 3D
Network (9)
Block request URL
Copy cURL request
Disable cache
Filter multiple resources
Filter requests by keyword
Filter requests by properties
Inspect requests
Override user agent
Show URL path
Elements (13)
Capture node screenshot
Copy as CSS selector
Copy as JS expression
Drag & Drop element
Emulate devices
Expand DOM nodes recursively
Find by XPath
Find element with CSS selector
Get node XPath
Inspect dialog element
Jump to Id
Reorder Tabs & Panes
Show rulers on hover
Console (14)
Capture screenshot from console
Clear command history
Clear console
Copy object
Get last value
Get selected node
Open Console with keyboard
Output data as table
Preserve console logs
Run previous commands
Select elements with XPath
Select elements
Style console logs
Target iframe
JavaScript (8)
Debug attr change
Debug Event Listeners
Debug JavaScript
Debug XHR & Fetch calls
Detect memory leaks
Disable JavaScript
Find unused JavaScript
Pretty print JavaScript
Accessibility (6)
Find color contrast
Show tab order
Simulate vision deficiencies
View accessibility tree
View ARIA attrs
Zoom In & Out Devtools
Audit (1)
Record & replay user journey
Add New (1)

Can I DevTools? is like @CanIUse but for the browsers devtools. It is created by Pankaj Parashar and curated by the community.

There is a lot of coverage on browser devtools just exclusively focused on Chrome. This attempts to fix that by comparing and contrasting devtool features across all major browsers.