• A guide to all block types you can use in Maze

    A maze is a collection of missions and questions for testers to complete. You build your maze out of blocks: missions, questions, or additional screens.  To get started, create a maze, and start bu...

  • Letting testers skip questions

    Question blocks are required by default when they're first created. However, you can make questions in your maze optional if the question isn't something you want or need every tester to complete—f...

  • Conditional logic

    In this article: What are Conditions? Who can use Conditions? Apply conditional logic to your mazes Add "Always" conditions in complex branching What are the options for each block? What are Cond...

  • Duplicating blocks in a maze

    Use the duplicate feature to copy new blocks in the same maze. To duplicate a block in a maze: Log in to your Maze account. Open the relevant project and maze. Hover over the block you want to dup...

  • Using templates

    In this article: What are templates? Where can I find templates in Maze? Creating a new maze from a template Custom templates FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions What are templates? Templates in Maz...

  • How to introduce your maze to testers

    Introducing your maze and product to testers is important for creating a good testing experience and getting valuable results. The concept of prototyping and user testing may be unfamiliar to some ...

  • Changing the order of blocks in a maze

    You can easily change the order of your blocks when a maze is still in draft status and hasn't been launched for testing. To reorder your maze blocks: Open the draft maze you want to edit. Press a...

  • Formatting text within blocks

    You can add basic text formatting to blocks using the rich text editor. In this article:  Format text Remove text formatting Add custom links Format text To format the text in your descriptions: ...

  • Showing images and questions side-by-side

    If you need to display an image while asking participants a question, you can do so easily in Maze. Displaying images next to a question Create a question block: you can choose from Multiple Choic...

  • Collect closed-ended answers with Yes/No questions

    Ask a Yes/No question when you want a closed-ended answer to your question: "yes" or "no". Participants can indicate their preference by selecting one answer. With this question type, you can measu...

  • Survey participants with an Opinion Scale

    Use an Opinion Scale to ask participants to evaluate a statement on a rating scale. You can use the Opinion Scale to ask participants to share their opinions and collect data with a customizable sc...

  • Collect answers with a Multiple Choice question

    A Multiple Choice question is a closed-ended question that allows participants to choose from a list of options when answering a question. You can use the Multiple Choice question to get quantitati...

  • Collect open-ended answers with Open Questions

    An Open Question allows you to ask a question and collect open-ended answers from participants. You can also use the Open Question block to collect contact information, dates, and more. Adding Open...

  • Give instructions with a Context Screen

    A Context Screen allows you to add a simple, extra screen to your maze. It is a simple way to communicate with your testers during their session. This can help you engage your testers and give inst...

  • Improve your navigation with Tree Testing

    Overview Tree testing allows you to test navigation branches, before designing them. It's a great way to validate the ease of finding items in your product structure. If designing from scratch, we ...

  • Present an image with a 5-Second Test

    A 5-Second test allows you to add a static image to present to your testers. The 5-Second test is a great way to test user recall, measuring what information users take away, and what impressions t...

  • Legal Blocks

    Legal Blocks are an Enterprise specific feature A Legal Block allows you to upload a PDF of terms to which your testers must agree. If testers do not click I agree with the terms they will be unabl...

  • Welcome Screen

    The Welcome Screen is the first screen your participants will see when they start testing your maze. It’s a great place to make a good first impression, explain who you are, and more. Every maze in...

  • Thank You Screen

    Every maze ends with a Thank You Screen. It’s a nice opportunity to appreciate your testers for their time and feedback, and link to your website or a different page, if necessary. You can customiz...

  • Why am I getting an "Invalid blocks" error when I try to launch my maze live?

    Overview When you launch a maze live, we run one last validation check to make sure that the test doesn't have any unexpected issues that might impact your tester experience. If there is an issue, ...

  • Why am I getting a "Duplicated pages" error when I try to launch my maze live?

    Overview When you launch a maze live, we run one last validation check to make sure that the test doesn't have any unexpected issues that might impact your tester experience. If there is an issue, ...