Discover flaws and find new ways of optimizing your website with one-click URL upload.
We’ve added a new way for you to start working with Preely even faster. You can now import screenshots in full length of your website just by entering the URLs you’d like to import. It is now only a matter of minutes for you to import navigation paths on your website and link them together to a testable prototype.
Check out how it works here:
Ever wondered why users are dropping off in our conversion funnel? If they can find the most important features of your website? Or if they like the new color scheme, you recently implemented?
With our new feature, you can now automatically screenshot specific URLs in their full lengths and link them together to interactive prototypes in few minutes. It works like this:
Click create test and choose a website
Click “Use Website” and enter the URL(s) that you would like to test on
Link URLs together to build an interactive prototype
Discover new ways to improve your website
Web Analytics will tell you if your users convert or not, however not why. To answer this question, you’ll need qualitative feedback collected through user testing. There are tons of ways that you can get feedback. To get you started here is a few:
Test existing or new navigation paths
Discover how user uses your digital product to make smarter decisions, ramp up your conversions and figure out where people get lost in your navigation.
Create a navigation test by asking users to complete a task involving one or multiple steps through a funnel. Use your existing URL and upload new and unpublished pages, to test them before launch.
Test 5 seconds
Capture feedback to ensure that your product makes a great first impression and that essential elements stand out with time triggered tests. In a 5-second test, users are given 5 seconds to look at a website and then provide feedback. It is a great tool to understand what first impressions your site leaves on users, and if they notice essential features.
Test first clicks
Getting the first click right doubles the chance of your users succeeding. Conducting a first click test is a fast and simple way to test if users are clicking as they are intended to.