New Feature: Views, Starters, Completions & Abandons Split By Attribute

We’ve just launched another new feature – a brand new graph: Views, Starters, Completions & Abandons Split By Attribute.

This new visualisation (a stacked area graph) helps you understand both movements in metrics over time, but also shows the proportion that different segments contribute to that metric over time.The attribute values are ordered by traffic volume so the biggest volume will appear first in the legend.

A stacked area graph shows the values of multiple groups of data on the same graph with the values displayed on top of each other. The  Views, Starters, Completions & Abandons Split By Attribute graph shows how many Views, Starters, Completions or Abandons occur for different attributes e.g. you can compare the number of form starters across device types or the number of abandons by the referral source.

The default selections for the initial visualisation are Abandons by deviceType, but you can easily change these by using the drop downs. If you push custom attributes into Zuko, you can segment your data by these too.

In the graph below we can see Abandons plotted over time for this form, but also see how much each device type contributed to that total. For this form, mobile traffic represents the vast majority of abandons in this form, so perhaps should be a focus for improvement the form.

In the graph below for a different form, we can see that desktop contributed the most completions.  

By hovering over the points you can see the numbers in detail.

This new graph  is just one of a host of new and exciting features available in Zuko, giving you a new perspective on your form data.

If you have any questions about this graph or would like a demo of Zuko please get in touch sales@zuko.io

Amy Amy is the Customer Success Manager at Zuko. She helps our customers improve their online forms by showing them how to get the best out of the platform. She also manages our agency partners and delivers insight and training sessions to our users.