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Rage Clicks and Jobs-to-Be-Done Reveal the Hidden Desire Paths in Your Product

Turn user frustration—Rage Clicks—into product innovation by identifying the user intent (the desire path) and satisfying the Job-to-Be-Done....

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Integrate Salesforce with FullStory

FullStory session replay combines with Salesforce to support customers more efficiently and drive customer success more effectively through shared understanding. Find out how....

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Search and Segment FullStory Sessions—Replay What Matters Most

Search and segment session recordings based on users, interactions, or events in FullStory to filter your analysis to the results that matter most....

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Replay the Most Frustrated User Sessions

Are users struggling on your site or app? Get a list of the Most Frustrated User Sessions for each and every Search and Segment you create in FullStory....

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Optimizing Conversion Rates from 0-12% Using Session Replay

How an agency uses insights from user session recordings—session replay—to drive web site conversion rate optimization recommendations....

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Refine Your Rage Clicks Results

Rage Clicks can signal user frustration—rapid-fire clicks act as a proxy for struggle that's captured in session recordings. But what if those clicks are working as designed?...

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GenM Saves 500+ Hours of QA Work Using FullStory

Bug reproduction is time-consuming, and expensive. GenM is using FullStory session replay to reproduce bugs and fix them fast, saving time and money....

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