Maze allows you to record custom metadata on individual sessions, such as name, gender, email etc. by adding parameters to your Maze URL.

Maze uses a simple nomenclature to help you record data.

This is an example of a Maze test URL: maze.design/t/567736

And this is the same test URL with custom parameters: maze.design/t/567736?name=john&gender=male

By sending the second URL to a tester, we will record the following additional information:

Name: John
Gender: Male

You can chain as many parameters as you want: we will automatically associate the data with your tester. maze.design/t/567736?name=john&gender=male&...

Once your tester completed a mission, you will be able to see this data by clicking the "More" button in the Sessions view of the dashboard.

See custom metadata for individual sessions

The parameters id, createdAt and userId are reserved!

If you want a detailed explanation on how to read the dashboard and all the accumulated data, read our guide about it.
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