• Maze reports

    Your maze report is a blueprint for your design review. A maze report is generated for every live maze tested with at least one tester. To get statistically significant data, we recommend testing w...

  • How your Usability Score is calculated

    The usability scores in your maze report are not intended as an interpretation of the design, but as a way to measure the ease of use of the screens, missions, and maze. The usability score is an e...

  • Sharing and exporting your maze reports

    You can share reports with your stakeholders, even if they don’t have a Maze account — using a public link, embedding them in your preferred tools, or downloading them as a PDF. In this article: W...

  • Hiding and showing blocks in reports

    Sometimes you may realize that a block from your maze doesn't really tell a particularly compelling story. You might not have gotten any actionable insights from the responses, or the responses may...

  • Show/hide Open Question responses in your report

    The responses you collect with an Open Question are available for you to see in your results. To select the responses you want to display in your report: Open your maze results. Select an Open que...

  • Commenting and collaborating on your maze reports

    Overview Commenting is an important method for collaborating within Maze. Commenting on reports enables your team to discuss findings, raise questions, explore solutions, and engage with stakeholde...

  • Embedding maze reports in third-party tools

    Go through your maze reports directly from your favorite tools. Embedding the report link in supported applications allows your team to view the content of report slides, navigate to other slides a...