How do I target specific URLs for Heatmaps?

FigPii allows you to target specific URLs for your Heatmaps. 

This functionality will come in handy if you want to Target on specific pages.  

Multiple Pages is only meant for similar pages, and will display all the collected data on a single 'example' page. So if you plan on viewing the data separately for each page, you should launch separate heatmaps.

Examples:

  • Running a heatmap on the product or category pages for an ecommerce site.
  • Running a heatmap on the blog posts for a blogging site.

FigPii allows you to use URL patterns to run single page heatmaps and on multiple pages.

  • Targeting multiple pages in Heatmaps
  • Including URLs in a Heatmap
  • Excluding URLs from a Heatmap
  • Adding multiple includes in the URL pattern
  • Adding multiple excludes in the URL pattern
  • Add includes and excludes in the URL pattern

Targeting multiple pages in Heatmap

Follow these steps to target specific URLs

  1. Start by navigating to the "create new Heatmap"
  2. Fill the Heatmap name
  3. Click on "Page Targeting"
  4. Select if you want to run the heatmap on a specific page or multiple pages. Since we are running the heatmap on multiple pages, then select Multiple pages.
  5. FigPii will open a section that allows you to specify how the URLs should be identified.
  6. Select if you want to include or exclude URLs for this heatmap.
  7. Specify the URL pattern.

Including URLs in a Heatmap

Follow steps 1 to 9 from Targeting multiple pages in Heatmap

  1. Select "Include" from the dropdown.
  2. Select the type of match for the URL pattern.
  3. Input the URL pattern.
  4. If you want to include multiple URL patterns, click on "Add Another URL Targeting"

Excluding URLs from a Heatmap

Follow steps 1 to 9 from Targeting multiple pages in Heatmap

  1. Select Exclude from the dropdown.
  2. Select the type of match for the URL pattern.
  3. Input the URL pattern.

  4. If you want to include multiple URL patterns, click on "Add Another URL Targeting"

Adding multiple includes in the URL pattern

There are instances where you add several includes in the URL patterns:

In these cases, FigPii will use an "OR" operator between these URLs. So, if the visitor visits a page that matches ANY of the parameters that you put, then the test is served.

Adding multiple excludes in the URL pattern

There are instances where you add several excludes in the URL patterns:

In these cases, FigPii will use an "OR" operator between these URLs. So, if the visitor visits a page that matches ANY of the parameters that you put, then the test is not served.

Add includes and excludes in the URL pattern

There are instances where you want to include some URLs and exclude others.

In these cases, FigPii will use an "OR" operator between these URLs. So, if the visitor visits a page that matches ANY of the parameters that you put, then the test is served.

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