Smartlook is an analytics tool that lets you track user behavior on your website or web app. With this integration, you can send survey responses as custom events to Smartlook. Meaning, you can link user feedback with user behavior to understand the 'why' behind your users' actions.
🚀 Popular use cases include:
Discovering which elements of your website can be improved;
Finding out what's causing visitors to feel the way they do about your brand or website;
Organizing what you know about your audience to improve targeting.
In this article, you'll learn how to connect the Survicate + Smartlook integration and see Survicate events in Smartlook sessions.
Step 1. Create a survey
To collect feedback and send it to Smartlook, you should first create a Website or in-product survey in your Survicate Panel and have a Smartlook account.
1. Create a new Website or in-product survey. You can either set up a survey of your own (start from scratch) or select a survey from our templates library (start from template).
Step 2. Connect the integration
2️⃣ Navigate to the Connect tab of your Website or in-product survey builder, find and click on Smartlook.
and click Connect on the next page.
Step 3. Watch Smartlook sessions with Survicate events
1. Once the respondent answers the survey, you will start receiving Survicate's custom session events in Smartlook.
2. You can view survey responses when watching session recordings on the side of the screen and on the timeline.
3. You can also filter Smartlook's sessions by the survicate.questionAnswered event. When you click the Filter button in the custom session event, you will see the list of all sessions where the visitor answered your surveys.
💡The event contains such properties as:
text of the question
ID of the response
ID of the survey
name of the survey
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