Views allow you to create and save multiple analysis configurations for a single piece of content. For example, when analysing a landing page design you may wish to create one view which shows the top performing areas in opacity mode and a second view which shows the attention scores for key regions of interest like the call to action, hero images and key messaging.

Tip: Comments captured in the analysis panel are specific to a single view making it easy to capture different thoughts and comments for each analysis configuration.

Default view

Every piece of content starts with an initial, default view to allow you to get straight to analysing your content. If you're going to be creating additional views and would like to rename the default view you can do this by following the steps below:

  1. Click on the view selector dropdown
  2. Click on the pencil icon next to Default view to rename the view
  3. Enter a new descriptive name for the view
  4. Click Save to return to the editor

Creating a new view

To create a new view follow the steps below:

  1. Click on the view selector dropdown
  2. Click on + Add a view
  3. Enter a new descriptive name for the view
  4. Click Save to return to the editor
  5. The new view will automatically be selected

Switching views

To switch between your different views, follow the steps below:

  1. Click on the view selector dropdown
  2. Select the view you want to switch to
  3. The new view will now be selected

Next, learn how to switch to review & comment mode.

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