UXCam automatically detects rage gestures to show user frustration with certain elements or screens of your application.
A rage tap shows when the user taps repeatedly (more than 3 taps) in frustration, with at most 300ms between consecutive taps, and within a certain radius of the screen. Learn how to filter sessions by rage taps →
Excluding rage taps
While this behavior is true for most applications, we understand that in some specific scenarios this frequency of taps could be expected, and therefore, it shouldn’t be considered a sign of frustration. e.g. a music player where you have an option to turn the volume up or down.
In such cases, you can ignore rage gestures on some of your screens. That means that you will still record taps, double taps, swipes, and any other gestures, but the rage taps will be ignored.
To enable that option you need to go to your Dashboard > click on your app > Recording settings > advanced policies > ignore rage taps gestures for the following screens