Visualize aggregated data in interactive heatmap and see how users scroll, click and move on your website.
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Introducing Wayback Machine for Heatmaps
Experience the power of our Wayback Machine, designed to take you on a journey through your website's history.
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Bird’s eye view of interactions
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Heatmaps show you where users (in aggregate) click their mouse (or tab on mobile) on a page. Hot-spots (red) indicate more frequent clicks.
Try session recordings to see individual userss’ mouse movement in action. Session recordings are renderings of real users’ actions as they browse your website. Recordings capture mouse movement, clicks, taps, and scrolling across multiple pages.
Yes, traditional website analytics tools like Google Analytics (GA) are great for collecting data around metrics such as bounce rate, pageviews, traffic source, but the information collected can be hard to understand.
Behavior analytics tools like heatmaps give you more information about the user journey as well as a visual representation of the data.