Microsoft Clarity, a free product to help website owners better understand visitor behavior so they can improve the user experience, is beta-free and can be Special Database used in general, the company said in Wednesday. First launched as a closed beta in 2018, Microsoft Clarity provides website owners with a visual map that shows user engagement, a review of each session, a dashboard to help them gain a general understanding of user interactions and filters Special Database to examine different types of interactions.
The dashboard. The Microsoft Clarity dashboard Special Database provides an overview of the number of users clicking on non -existent links, the number of users scrolling up and down a page to find something they can’t easily find, how much time the Special Database average user spends on navigation. your website and so on. The Microsoft Clarity dashboard. Photo: Microsoft. Two types of heatmaps: clickmaps and scrollmaps. Clickmaps can help identify the content on Special Database your page that is most relevant to your visitors. In contrast, scrollmaps can tell you if visitors actually see the content you want them to see.
An example of a map in Microsoft Clarity. The area marked in red has the highest number of ticks. Photo: Microsoft. Review meeting. The ability to Special Database view a record of each session allows site owners and creators to observe user behavior when it occurs. This can help identify marginal issues and inform better website design decisions. Special Database Censorship mechanism. In addition to the usual filters (time, browser, OS, country, etc.), Microsoft Clarity uses machine learning to detect "angry clicks", "dead clicks", and "too many clicks" across the dashboard, the recording and hot maps.