• A/B testing (or split testing) your prototypes with Maze

    Split testing, also known as A/B testing, is a method of testing two variations of a design to see which one performs better. You can perform split testing with your prototype using Maze. With spli...

  • Give users a task with Mission blocks

    A mission is a task for testers to complete. Create missions to learn what actions users perform in your prototype. For every mission tested, Maze will give you usability metrics and data you can a...

  • Why can't I reuse the last screen in a path?

    Overview The last screen of a path shouldn't be reused during any path. When the last screen of a path is reused in a path, you'll get a message to remove the screen from the path or change your la...

  • Setting the expected path of a mission

    In this article: What is the expected path? How success is measured Change the start screen Create a path Adding multiple expected paths Remove screens from a path Troubleshooting What is the exp...

  • Creating multiple expected paths for missions

    Overview When completing a mission, testers may take different paths than the expected one you set.  Maze records every path a tester takes and categorizes them into: Direct success: Tester takes...

  • Refreshing your prototype in Maze

    Maze doesn't automatically resync your prototype as you make changes in your prototyping tool. Instead, you need to refresh your prototype in Maze to update your prototype with the latest changes. ...

  • Best practices for writing tasks in Mission blocks

    A mission is a task your testers will have to complete. To create a mission, you have to define the task, a description, and the expected path(s) inside a prototype. The task defines the user goal...

  • Best practices for writing descriptions in Mission blocks

    A mission is a task your testers will have to complete. To create a mission, you have to define the task, a description, and the expected path(s) inside a prototype. The task defines the user goal...

  • How to preview a single mission

    Preview a single mission using the Quick Look feature You can preview each mission in your maze separately. This makes it quick and easy to ensure the mission is ready for testing. To preview a sin...

  • How to stop a mission task

    In addition to skipping questions, testers also have the option to stop a mission task at any moment. This helps them move on in the maze, even if they don't reach a success screen. The Stop task b...

  • Why are the results for certain missions not being recorded?

    Ending your expected path with a state change brought on by a different trigger type, such as hover or drag, may cause your maze not to complete when testers participate in the test, and these stat...

  • Why am I getting an "Invalid mission path" 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 issues that might impact your tester experience. If there is an issue, we will pre...

  • Why can't I find all screens from my prototype in Maze?

    Maze allows you to conduct user testing with the prototypes you've already imported. If you've imported your prototype but are missing screens, these steps may help you resolve the problem. Problem...