Product Roadmap and status for future features

What's New

// Description
Heatmaps can give a user a ton of information about what parts of their website(s) are performing in regards to how a visitor is navigating your site. This is gold information because it will allow you to develop your site based on that data. We currently have heatmaps that show “blotches” on your webpage.

With a scrolling heatmap, the ‘hottest’ colors show the most viewed sections of the page, rather than the most clicked.

In other words, scroll maps generate heat zones of your website or app pages from top to bottom, so they look more like a vertical gradation instead of depicting the ‘blotched’ pattern typical of other types of heat maps like click or move maps.

 

//Estimated Time of Release
Undetermined – Beginning stages of development.

//Description

We are exploring the idea of implementing social media analytics for Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. The challenge to this is that we need to get the proper API permissions to be able to truly dig deep into these analytics.

//Estimated Time of Release
Undetermined / Still Exploring

// Description

We are currently exploring the capability to add a website or server (or both) monitoring section to the site. We feel this is important to also see anomalies within your site too. Preliminary features would be the following:

  • Instant Downtime Alerts
  • Multi-channel notifications
    • Slack, Webhook, Twillo, Skype, Freshdesk and SMS
  • Monitor HTTP(S) URLs, ICMP Ping, TCP, UDP ports, web socket or DNS
  • False alert protection
  • Custom note with alerts for Dev teams
  • Weekly reports and monthly reports

Please feel free to request additional features for this section.

//Estimated Time of Release
Undetermined – Exploring now

//Description

When something looks odd in any of your data, you will know about it straight away. Utilizing a Machine Learning algorithm, with configurable sensitivity settings, you will be notified about any unusual events with your data.

 

//Estimated Time of Release
Undetermined – Exploring this option.

//Description
AB testing is essentially an experiment where two or more variants of a page are shown to users at random, and statistical analysis is used to determine which variation performs better for a given conversion goal. We’re in chats within the office to add A/B testing into the platform so you can better understand variations between two different goals.

//Estimated Time of Release
Undetermined – Exploring this option.

//Description

We’re exploring the GoAnalyze Whitelabel platform where you can customize the platform to your own needs/branding.

//Estimated Time of Release
In planning. No ETA

To submit a feature request, feel free to fill out the form here.