Manage your experiments

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Written by Julie Trenque

Updated on 22/09/2020

5 min

Beginner

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Access the Experiments Dashboard

To access the Experiments Dashboard from the App, use the left side menu > “Activate” > “Experiments”.

Structure of the Dashboard

  1. Header: title of the current view; button to create a new experiment
  2. Search bar: search tool; number of experiments currently displayed on the Dashboard
  3. Cards and columns: information on the experiments; Results/Finalize buttons; sorting tool; three-dot menu (on the right) to apply actions to an experiment
  4. Sidebar: filters; views; secondary actions linked to the three-dot menu

Experiment information

Each experiment is represented by a card that indicates the main information.

Want to know more about an experiment? Mouse over the tooltip displayed to the right of the campaign name and you’ll have access to a plethora of detailed information without needing to open our editors or the results page.

Find an experiment

If you have created a large number of experiments, a search bar, a filtering tool and a sorting tool allow you to easily find a particular experiment.

With the right-hand panel on your dashboards, you can directly apply many filters. To sort the data displayed, just click on the column headers. Two very useful features for finding the campaign you’re looking for in no time at all. 

Filter

You can filter your experiments according to several criteria:

  1. Website
  2. Type
  3. Status
  4. Key date
  5. Tag
  6. Goal
  7. Segment
  8. Author
  • Website

You can filter the displayed experiments according to the website(s) they are associated with.

Check the website(s) and click on “Apply”.

  • Type

You can filter the displayed experiments according to their type. For example, you can choose to display only the Classic A/B experiments.

Check the type(s) and click on “Apply”.

  • Status

You can filter the displayed experiments according to their status. For example, you can choose to display only the diverted experiments.

Check the status and click on “Apply”.

  • Key date

You can filter the displayed experiments according to the key date they are associated with: last modification, last status change, launching date (“Go-live”) or creation date.

Select a date and click on “Apply”.

  • Tag

You can filter the displayed experiments according to the tags associated to them and created on the related account.

Check the tag(s) and click on “Apply”.

  • Goal

You can filter the displayed experiments according to their goal(s).

Check the goal(s) and click on “Apply”.

  • Segment

You can filter the displayed experiments according to the segment associated to them.

Check the segment(s) and click on “Apply”.

  • Author

You can filter the displayed experiments according to their author.

Check the author(s) and click on “Apply”.

Sort

The sorting option allows you to sort your experiments according to several criteria:

  1. Name
  2. Type
  3. Edited
  4. Created
  5. Launched
  6. Website
  • Name

Hover over “Name” and then click on the chevron to sort experiments in alphabetical (or reverse alphabetical) order.

  • Type

Hover over “linked to” and then click on the chevron to rank the experiments based on their type.

  • Edition date

Hover over “Edited” and then click on the chevron to sort experiments from newest edition to oldest or vice versa.

  • Creation date

Hover over “Created” and then click on the chevron to sort experiments from newest creation to oldest or vice versa.

  • Launch date

Hover over “Launched” and then click on the chevron to sort experiments from newest launch to oldest or vice versa.

  • Website

Hover over “Website” and then click on the chevron to organize the website on which they are set in alphabetical (or reverse alphabetical) order.

Actions on an experiment

Click on the 3 dots located to the right of each card to access a wide range of actions. The available actions depend on the status of your experiment.

To edit an already existing experiment, find the card of the experiment you want to edit.

Click on the 3 dots icon to display the secondary actions menu.

When your changes are complete, click on “Validate” to save them.

Pause

You can pause an online experiment. Its status becomes “paused”.

A notification is displayed to confirm your action.

Stop

You can stop an online experiment. Its status becomes “stopped”.

A notification is displayed to confirm your action.

Stopping an experiment allows you to delete it if necessary.

Delete

Select the experiment of your choice, then click on the 3 dots menu on the very right side of the card and click on “Delete”.

You can only delete a stopped or draft experiment.

Edit

Depending on the type of experiment and its status, you can edit your experiment in one or both of our editors: the Graphic editor or the Code editor. Click on the option that suits you and you will be automatically redirected.

Simulate

You can simulate an experiment. It will open the simulation panel on your website page.

This is a new feature, enjoy it!

Rename

You can rename an existing experiment.

The “Rename” sidebar opens. To validate the renaming of the new experiment, click on the “Save” button at the bottom of the pop-in.

Manage tags

You can manage the tags associated to an experiment.

The “Manage tags” sidebar opens.

Tags associated to your experiment are highlighted in the list and on the experiment card. You can associate other tags and create new ones before associating them.

To validate your choices, click on the “Save” button at the bottom of the pop-in.

Duplicate

You can duplicate an existing experiment. This saves you time if you want to create several similar experiments.

The “Duplicate” sidebar opens. To validate the creation of the new experiment, click on the “Save” button at the bottom of the pop-in. You will be able to find it in the Dashboard.

Views

Create a view to save all the applied filters and find it in one click in the “Views” tab of the right sidebar.

For example, you can create a view displaying only the online and diverted classic experiments.

Name your view and click on “Save”.

To see your view as soon as your dashboard loads, simply set it as the default view.

You can find all your views in the “Views” tab.

Clicking on the subtitle of your page gives you direct access to the filters applied in the sidebar. For example, here you can click on “My view Online/Diverted Classic experiments” on the left side of the upper part of the Dashboard; the filters will be displayed and highlighted in the sidebar.

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