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Waqar from Usermaven has just announced the much-anticipated release of user journeys for its privacy-friendly, cookieless and no-code web and product analytics platform. They also introduced personalized menus.
As the name suggests, user journeys allow you to gain deep insights into user behaviour by mapping the different paths users take through your app or website. You can easily find out what users do before and after key events such as signing up or making a purchase. It’s the ultimate tool to help you reduce churn by tracking events that lead to abandonment.
Let’s find out what can be done with user journeys:
- Conversion Paths:
By understanding the steps your users take that lead to conversions, you can tweak them for a seamless user experience and increased conversion rates.
- User Actions:
You can answer critical questions about user behaviour, such as what actions users take after creating an account or logging into your app. Armed with this understanding, you can shape your future user engagement strategies.
- Product Roadmap:
By identifying the most common paths users take through your product, you can use this data to shape your product roadmap and make decisions to improve their overall user experience.
- User Behaviour Analysis:
You can analyse and compare how both new and existing users navigate your product. This allows you to tailor it to the needs of different user segments.
Usermaven now allows you to customize its menu to suit your individual needs for a seamless workflow experience. Get started immediately with your personalized workspace.
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