Welcome to your Confetti Report!
When you create a Snapshot, you have access to seven different data reports. The Confetti Report displays every individual click on your website along with metrics that help you drill down into specifics. The colorful confetti dots each represent a click on the page and the colors change based on the selected metric in the legend. If you would like to experiment with a Confetti Report while waiting for yours to populate, check out our demo.
How to Use a Confetti Report
This is one of the most powerful reports for learning about your website visitors.
Clicks can be hidden from the report by unchecking one or multiple lines in the legend. The legend displays the top 14 results from the highest to the lowest amount of clicks. Any clicks that do not fall in the top 14 are grouped together and displayed as Other.
1. How is the Confetti Report generated?
This report is generated based on the actual clicks of your visitors. You can gain insight into how visitors are engaging with your website, where they come from, and if there are any trends in the types of visitors your website is receiving.
2. What can I use the Confetti Report to do?
The main value of a Confetti is to get more granular details about your website audience. You can check details like what search terms brought visitors to your site, how your marketing campaigns are performing, and what days of the week your website is the most popular.
For example, let’s say you want to increase the number of people who sign up for a product trial.
Using the Confetti Report, you can see which days of the week have the highest increases in traffic and people clicking on your forms. From here, you can run an email campaign on the most popular days to encourage further adoption of your product.
3. Can I export my report?
Indeed you can! Here's how to export your Confetti Report data.
If you'd like to learn more about how far people are scrolling down your page, you can check out the Scrollmap Report. In addition to the Confetti Report and the Scrollmap Report, you also have access to three other reports: Heatmap, Overlay, and List.