Frame Heatmaps

Frame heatmaps always provide the same information categories regardless of where they are shown. More precisely, a heatmap always contains the following elements:

  • The heat overlayed on the frame itself. These are “traditional” and don’t really require an explanation.
  • The total amount of clicks registered for the frame at the bottom
  • The name (taken from Figma) of the frame at the top left
  • A dropdown at the right which enables you to render heatmaps for a particular sequence of clicks. For example, setting the dropdown to 2 generates a heatmap for all second clicks on the given frame (if the frame has been clicked more than once).
Updated on October 17, 2022

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