Mobile Recordings in VWO offer the following details:
- Location of the visitor
- Number of screens recorded on your mobile application
- Duration of the recording along with the date and time at which the recording has been created
- The device used by the visitor to access the application
- The operating system of your visitor’s device
Using these data, you can target and study the patterns of different cohorts in different time frames. That’s why VWO offers you the filtering option for your mobile session recordings, with which you can filter the list for the data subject to definite dates and segmentation criteria.
Filter Recordings by Date and Time
To filter reports within a specific date range, click on the Date Filter and select the date range for which you want to view the recordings. By default, the session recordings report displays data within the last 30 days from the current day. You can choose from one of the following preset options, as required:
|Last 30 Days||View reports of the last 30 days from today|
|Last 7 Days||View reports of the last 7 days from today|
||View yesterday's recording data|
||View today's recording data|
To specify a custom date range, just choose the start date and the end date from the calendar. You can also specify the time in hours and minutes to draw results accurately within the time frame. For defining the time period, use the Start and the End options to select the appropriate numbers for the hours and minutes.
Once done, click the Filter button to filter the recordings for your specified time period.
Filter Recordings by User Segments
The Visitor Segments filter allows you to apply predefined segmentation criteria or create a custom one for your mobile session recordings list. To apply the segmentation criteria, click on the Visitor Segments filter. To learn more about configuring conditions in a segment, refer to Segmentation in VWO.
Use the Standard Segments to apply one of the following predefined segmentation criteria to your mobile session recordings list:
|Mobile Traffic||To fetch the recordings of the visitors who use your app on a mobile phone|
|Tablet Traffic||To fetch the recordings of the visitors who use your app on a tablet|
|New Visitors||To fetch the recordings of the visitors who use your app for the first time|
|Returning Visitors||To fetch the recordings of the visitors who have already been using your app|
To define segmentation criteria of your own, you can use the Custom Segment section. It typically offers you the following bunch of visitor attributes and events specific to mobile session recordings to create your unique criteria:
|Device Type||To specify the type of devices used by the app visitors|
|Screen Resolution||To specify the screen resolution used by the visitor to access your app. Screen resolutions such as 1280 x 768, 960 x 720, etc., could be used|
|App Version||The version of your mobile application used by the visitors|
||The android version used by the visitors|
|Day of Week||To specify a definite day in a week on which the visitors used your app|
|Hour of the Day
||To specify a definite hour in a day at which the visitors used your app|
|Visitor Type||To define the type of visitors - new or returning|
||The language used by the visitors to navigate through your app|
||The unique ID (UUID) of the visitors|
|Location||To specify the geographic location of the visitors|
|Mobile Recording Duration||To fetch the mobile session recordings corresponding to the stipulated time length|
|Screen Count||The number of screens viewed by the visitors during the session on your app|
|Orientation Change||To fetch the sessions where the visitors have switched the screen view between portrait and landscape|
||To fetch the sessions where the visitors have stayed online or gone offline during the session|
To specify the screens viewed by the visitors. You can specify the following properties for this event:
To fetch the recordings of the visitors who faced an app crash event. You can define a specific Stack Trace to fetch the corresponding session recordings.
|App Not Responding||To fetch the recordings of the visitors that faced an ANR (App Not Responding) event. You can define a specific App Not Responding to fetch the corresponding session recordings.|
You can use several conditions, group them together using the condition brackets [ ], and use the ‘and’ or ‘or’ operators to create your segment criteria. To learn how to apply custom segments, refer to Defining Custom Visitor Segments in VWO.