If the domain name is too long the layout "crash".
A max-width: 200px; in .domainName for example resolve the issue.1 vote
This has been fixed in 2.3.3: https://docs.usertrack.net/changelog.html#usertrack-233-1-february-2018
It can be a good idea that once you click play on a record, a check mark is applied in order to know that records have been seen4 votes
This feature has been implemented in upcoming version 2.3.0.
You will now see a “NEW” flag for recordings you haven’t watched.
Thanks for the feedback!
Since version 2.3.0 jQuery dependency has been removed.
We have a big website that all of our employees visit regularly. We don't have to know their clicking or scrolling habits. It would be nice to be able to ignore these IP addresses from the results.
Currently I'm tracking a website whose URL is www.fitografia.net but the tracker is hosted at https://tracker.enmipagina.com and when I add up the domain I want to track it tracks fitografia.net (which is a 301 redirect to www.fitografia.net). The thing is, it doesn't work; I just get the 301 Moved Permanently message when the website is loading at the user track.
Can you check it out? Thanks!3 votes
Please add a https suppport.
HTTPS should work as expected now.
Please add a dashboard allowing an easy overview of the recording. I would suggest a table showing
Site, Start Time, Duration, OS, Browser, Pages Viewed, View Recording
This would allow really quick simple overview so you to go directly to an interesting recording.4 votes
I can mark this as completed. Even though visit duration was displayed for a long time, it is only in the latest version, 1.8.0, that that time is actually accurate to the second.
Show the pages that the user has visited in a session.
Home -> About -> Prices -> Contact Us -> X7 votes
Being able to login as a client and view your own sites recording. Admin can view all sites recordings. Clients cant see other clients site recordings.6 votes
Along click and mouse movement, scroll heatmap is an useful feature.6 votes
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