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Everything you need to know about Maze data and testing results.
How to read your results dashboard
A short guide to reading the data on your Maze dashboard.
How to export your testing results
You can easily download a CSV document with all your testing results. Learn how.
What's the Maze Report?
What is the Maze Report? The Maze report is a blueprint for your design review. A Maze report is generated for every Live Maze tested with at least one tester. To get statistically significant data, try testing with twenty users or more. The report provides key metrics such as a Usability Score so you can learn how your design performs at a glance, or go even deeper with learnings for every mission and screen. Use it to plan your future design sprints or share it with stakeholders to alig
How to interpret CSV export data
When downloading a CSV with the results of your tests, you'll get a generated document with all the data you captured during testing. Use this guide to understand which type of results you will get and how to read them. Example of a CSV with export data(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/webs
How to access your testing results
A quick guide on how to see your testing results.
How to delete a testing session
If you need to delete an individual session from your testing results, follow these steps: Go to your project Access your Maze Click on Sessions in Dashboard Visualisation There, select the session(s) you want to delete Click Delete selected session How-to GIF How to delete an individual session
How we calculate the Usability Score
The Usability Scores in the Maze report are not intended as an interpretation of the design but as a way to measure the ease of use of the screens, missions, and Maze. Screen Usability Score (SUS) You get a usability score for every screen in the expected path. The score reflects how easy it is for a user to perfor