We are excited to introduce our new Engagements Report. We have received a lot of feature requests regarding the scroll depth. However, we decided not to release a scroll depth report since the scroll depth data alone is too vague in order to make any decision in terms of UX. We decided to create a more meaningful report rather than scroll depth: The Engagement report.
Google has delayed the rollout of page experience update. The update will be rollout between June and August 2021, gradually. You probably aware that the update will include Core Web Vitals signals into search engine ranking algorithm. At this point, you might thinking of running a test on Google pagespeed. You might as well implement […]
We understand the pain of the never ending loop from “Design”, “Development” to “Marketing”. Too many UX voices from decision makers, designers and developers. Everything sounds legit from their point of views. Does this sounds familiar to you?
We are glad to announce that Downtime Alerts is now available for all paid plans.
According to Google Analytics, direct traffic is website visitors that landed on your website either by direct typing your website URL into a browser or through browser bookmarks. Other than that, Google Analytics also considers the traffic source as “direct” when it doesn’t has any referral source.
Bounce rate is determined by the percentage of users leaving the landing page without interacting with any other pages. So, is this really a bad thing? It depends.