• Using the Maze PWA to test on mobile and tablet

    If you want to test your prototype on a mobile or tablet device, the Maze PWA allows you to offer your testers an immersive testing experience. In this article, you'll learn what a PWA is and how t...

  • Adding parameters to your maze URL

    Maze allows you to record custom metadata on individual sessions by adding parameters to your maze URL. You can also follow the video tutorial in Maze University: Customizing your maze URL Use case...

  • What languages does Maze support for testing pages?

    The language of the testing pages is automatically set based on the tester's browser preference. If your tester uses their browser in Spanish, the test UI will automatically be shown in Spanish. Ho...

  • Sharing your maze

    Once your maze is live, you can start testing it with people. There are different approaches to get your maze tested: Copy your link: Share a link to your maze via your own channels. Learn more ...

  • Collect in-context feedback using the in-app widget (Beta)

    Meet your users where they’re at. Surface your mazes directly on your live website using a contextual in-app widget. This feature is currently in a closed beta testing phase. Request early access ...

  • Advanced targeting with URL patterns (Beta)

    When defining an audience for your widget, you can choose whether you want to display the widget on every page of the selected website, or on specific pages only. If you select specific pages to di...

  • Testing with multiple users on the same device

    Maze allows only one testing session per tester device by default. However, you can test with multiple users on the same device with one simple feature. This may be useful for you when doing guerri...

  • How many testers do I need?

    When you test your maze with users, you might be asking how many testers you need. We recommend you test each maze with twenty users or more to get valid results. Variability between users’ perform...