You can determine which test you are currently seeing and which variation you are assigned to by using your web browser’s console.
Go to the page you wish to verify, and display the console (CTRL + MAJ + J for Chrome, F12 for Internet Explorer and for Firefox if you have the Firebug plugin installed).
A navigation bar will open at the bottom of your screen. Select the “Console” tab. Example in Chrome:
Enter the instruction: ABTastyTests and then validate. You will see the identifiers of the test you are currently assigned to on the page in the console. If the console displays this result:  that means there are no tests currently running on this page.
Enter the instruction: variations in the console and then validate. You will see a value appear in brackets ([ ]) showing the variation to which you are currently assigned.
Here are the various values you might see:
- [-4]: AB Tasty is waiting for the targeting element to exist before applying the variation
- [-3]: excluded from target. The defined targeting does not include this page in the test
- [-2]: exclude due to traffic modulation. You may see this number when you have not allocated 100% of the traffic to the test.
- [-1]: excluded by IP address. You have excluded your IP address from the test, so you are not assigned to one of the variations.
- : you are seeing the original version. No matter what the test is,  always represents the original version.
-  you are assigned to the variation number 31654. This number will be different for each variation, because it represents the ID (identification number) of the variation. Every variation has a unique ID. To determine which variation this number corresponds to, you can preview your variation in the editor.
If you are excluded from the test (-1/-2/-3) or if you wish to view another variation (0/ID of the variation), you should delete your cookies and reload the page.