Visitor Statistics / Analytics for shared prototype
Get statistics from shared prototypes to be able to analyse. Clicks, page views, amount of visitors, time spent...
Mad that this isn't included on Xd. On an Acrobat shared url I can see who has viewed/downloaded and is very useful.
prakash darbha commented
Marie Dupuy commented
Yes, it would be great to be able to view consultation statistics, and to have access to the emails of the people who consulted the prototype.
Thomas Hallgren commented
Exactly. When analytics, Adobe?
Ramshi Hamza commented
On XD, Is there a way to view the list of users who accessed the XD prototype link?
Justin T. commented
Please consider incorporating this. By including analytics, for some digital projects we could literally skip development and just display the prototype.
This would be awesome!
Guthrie Watson commented
This would be brilliant for user testing
We'd love to see this
I would love some Preely like features. Being able to extraprolate analytics after tests- Heatmaps and the like. Also It would be really nice if one was able to reach out to a group of potential testers via XD
Have a look at what Preely has to offer https://preely.com/features
Ability to see the complete insights for the specific published design/prototype link. I confronted this issue when yesterday I sent the published link of my design to one of my client. I didn't hear from him as of now. I am skeptical if he ever opened up the link that I sent to him or not, if he opened, when did he do that and at what time, and who opened from which location and with which name etc. This could be very useful for me, so I can be sure what's happening with my design behind the scene.
Jesper Simonsen commented
A/B testing would be so much easier to conduct if you can log user interactions such as item clicks and time spent per page. Mouse heatmap is also a nice to have (with simulated movement for touch between "clicks"). Playback of user's interaction, in real time and increased speed, would also help capture behavior.
Minimal Viable/Valuable Product (MVP) could be export of data in CSV format (per session: Click 1 (artboard, element name, time since pageload), click 2 (artboard, element name, time delta click 1), etc.