This is a brief guide to help you get your UX analysis to the next level.
Invite Members to your Team
You can invite additional members of your team to the UXCam dashboard by navigating to the Team tab under App settings and then entering the email address and the access level.
Access can be set on a granular level individually for each app.
Block Personally Identifiable Information
Personally Identifiable Information (PII) of your users should be excluded from being recording.
We provide various client-side API to block sensitive views. These method prevents sensitive information from being recorded and hence ever leaving the user's device.
Send Additional Information
You can send additional information to our dashboard and customize it to your needs.
- Events and Event Properties: You can attach events and event properties to each session, allowing you to filter sessions and analyze based on events.
- User Name and Information: You can attach Unique ID and User Properties, allowing you to easily search for users based on names and properties.
Customize Screen Names
UXCam captures screens automatically. The default names of the screens are downloaded from your app. If you want to name them differently, go to a particular screen and edit it by clicking on the pencil icon next to the screen name:
If you have a few screens captured under one, you can separate them with the Tag Screen Name API.
Select what sessions to record
UXCam, by default, records all sessions. You can opt to record a fraction of sessions or choose to do rule-based recording (based on parameters such as if the app crashes or user visits certain screen).
To change the default settings, navigate to the Rule-based Recording under App Settings page.
Attach Session Replay to your existing tools
UXCam sessions can be attached to your existing tools (such as Mixpanel, Crashlytics, Google Analytics, and Others), allowing to get visual context to your crash reporting, support request, quantitative data and more.