The side panel of the results page allows you to view the settings of the experiment for which you are viewing the results and making changes to it.
You will find this panel on the right side of the page. At any time, an arrow allows you to display or hide it.
The upper part of the side panel indicates the experiment name and its status:
- Online ;
- Paused ;
- Stopped ;
You also find here a certain number of actions.
- Key information tab
- “Goals” tab
- Tab “Variations”
- “Targeting” tab
- “Reporting Tools” tab
- “History” tab
View results from another experiment
When hovering over the name of the experiment with your mouse, arrow(s) appear and allow you, by clicking on it, to display the results of previous or next experiment.
Edit the status of the experiment
To change the status of your experiment, click on its current status and select from the drop-down menu the status you want to assign.
Visualize the experiment
Click on the icon to open the experience simulation tool. To learn how to fully use the simulation tool, check out our dedicated articles.
Edit the experiment
Click on the icon to open your experience in the graphic editor and thus be able to modify it.
Delete the experiment
Click on the icon to permanently delete your experience. Warning ! This action removes the experiment and its results and is irreversible!
Key information tab
In the side panel, click on “Key Information” to view and edit the main information of your experiment.
You will find in this tab various information about the experiment:
- Name ;
- Description (if there is one);
- Tags (if there are any)
- Date of creation;
- Number of variations and goals;
- Name of the main goal.
Click on “Edit” to display the pop-in allowing you to change the name of the experiment, its description and the tags associated with it.
In the side menu, click on “Goals” to view and edit the goals related to your experience.
All goals related to the experience are listed here. The first one of the list is the main goal of your experiment and is identifiable by its full black star.
Hover over the name of the goal brings up an information icon.
Move your mouse over this icon to see the additional information of the goal:
- Its type;
- Its description (or its configuration if there is no description).
Click “Edit” to change the order in which goals are displayed, to dissociate goals, or to associate new ones.
At the click on “Edit”, a pop-in with the list of related goals opens.
When you hover over a goal with the mouse, it becomes gray and two icons appear.
This icon allows you to dissociate the goal.
This icon indicates that you can edit its position in the list.
Dissociate a goal
To dissociate a goal, simply click on the dissociation icon.
A pop-in asks you to confirm your choice.
Change the order in which goals are displayed
To change the display order of the goals, move them one by one using drag and drop: click on the goal you want to move and, while holding the click, drag it to the location you want. Then release the click.
In addition to editing their layout in the sidebar tab, rearranging the order of the goals also changes their position in the results tables.
Associate new goals
To associate new goals, click “Associate a new goal”.
The button is then replaced by a drop-down menu containing the created goals set on this website that are not yet associated with the experiment.
Select the goal(s) you want to associate with the experiment from those available in the list.
Click “Validate” to confirm the modifications or “Cancel” to close the pop-in without taking these modifications into account.
The “Variations” tab allows you to view the main information about the variations of the experiment and to modify the allocation of the traffic.
The set of variations created on the experiment are listed here and recognizable, as on the rest of the results page, by the colors associated to them.
The first variation of the list (black) is the original.
Under the name of each variation, you find the traffic rate allocated to it.
If you have hidden a variation (“Actions on the results page”) of the results page, this is indicated as “hidden”.
If you have disabled some variations, they appear after online ones.
Note: A variation is considered disabled when it has been de-selected from the graphic editor or when 0% of the traffic is allocated to it.
The traffic excluded from the experiment is displayed at the bottom of the tab.
Change the traffic allocation
To change the allocation of traffic, click “Edit”.
A pop-in appears and allows you to change the traffic allocation for each variation associated with the experiment.
Define the distribution of traffic between variations in the same way as on the editor.
By hovering over a variation with the mouse, two icons appear:
Click on the icon to view the variation in a new browser tab.
The icon tells you that you can deplace it in the list of variations.
To change the display order of the variations, move them one by one by drag and drop: click on the variation you want to move and, while holding your click, drag it to the location you want. Then release the click.
In addition to changing their layout in the sidebar tab, rearranging the order of variations also changes their position in the results tables.
The “targeting” tab allows you to view the conditions for targeting your experience and to modify them.
In the same way as in the step of finalizing your experience, you find here the targeting conditions that apply to it.
Will be displayed, as the case may be:
- The URL of the entire website to which the experiment applies;
- The URL of the page to which the experiment applies;
- The URL fragment that a site page must contain for the experiment to apply to;
- The specific segment you have assigned to the experiment and a summary of its conditions;
Change targeting conditions
To change the targeting conditions, click on “Edit”.
A pop-in containing the segment builder opens to change the targeting conditions in the same way as when you complete a experiment. To learn how to use the builder segment, see the dedicated article .
Note: If you modify a segment also used on another experiment, this one is duplicated so as not to disturb the other experiments.In this case, an informative message appears at the bottom of the pop-in.
“Reporting Tools” tab
The “Reporting tools” tab reminds you of the tracking tools you selected in step 3 of the finalization.
Add reporting tools
To add new reporting tools, click “Edit” at the bottom of the tab.
A pop-in opens with the list of reporting tools configured on your account.
Note: Only reporting tools configured with your account are displayed.To set up new reporting tools, see the dedicated articles.
If the available tools are numerous, a search bar appears and allows you to easily find a particular tool.
Check the reporting tools you want to associate with your experience and click “Validate” to confirm the modification.
The “History” tab keeps track of changes made to the experiment. The tab is similar to the “Timeline” page in your personal space, with the difference that you will find here only the actions made on the experiment.