A maze is a collection of missions and questions for testers to complete. You build your maze out of blocks: missions, questions, or additional screens. Learn about the different types of blocks you can use in your maze.

Important: Every User Testing Project needs to include at least one mission block so you can test your prototype with users.

You will find all block types on the right-side panel of the maze draft page. To create a maze, you need to import a prototype—this will automatically create a new project with a draft maze inside.

Open the draft maze, and start building your new maze by adding blocks.

Create your maze by adding new blocks

Mission blocks

A mission is a task for testers to complete. To create a mission, you need to set a title, a description, and an expected path by clicking on hotspots in your prototype. Read more about Mission blocks.

Multiple Choice

A Multiple Choice is a question with multiple answers to choose from. Typically, this is used for closed-ended questions when respondents have to select one answer. You can also allow multiple selection answers by choosing multi-select. Read more about Multiple Choice.

Open Question

An Open Question allows you to ask Wh- or open-ended questions. You can choose from text, numbers, date, or email answer types. Read more about Open Questions.

Context Screen

A Context Screen is an extra screen you can add to your maze where you want to add context, explain the next part of the maze, or communicate something to your testers. You can add a title and a description. Testers will have to click “Continue” to move to the next block. Read more about Context Screens.

Opinion Scale

An Opinion Scale question allows you to ask testers to rate a statement on a scale. You can adjust the scale to include up to 10 steps and write labels for the left, middle, and right of the scale. Read more about Opinion Scale.


A Yes/No question allows you to ask testers a closed-ended question where the answer is either ‘yes’ or ‘no’. Read more about Yes/No questions.

Card Sorting

A Card sorting question allows you to discover how your users categorize and understand information. Read more about Card Sorting

5-Second Test

A 5-Second test is a great way to test user recall, measuring what information users take away and what impressions they get within the first five seconds of viewing a design. Read more about 5-Second Test

Tree Testing

A Tree test is a great way to validate the ease of finding items in your product structure. Read more about Tree Testing

More block types

Each maze has Welcome and Thank You Screens by default. You can adjust the messages in these screens with a paid account.

Welcome Screen

The Welcome Screen is the first screen of your maze. Every maze has a Welcome Screen by default with a message for your test participants. You can change the message on a paid plan. Read more about the maze Welcome Screen.

Thank You Screen

The Thank You Screen is the last screen of your maze. Every maze has a Thank You Screen by default with a message for your test participants. You can change the message on a paid plan. Read more about the maze Thank You Screen.
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