Test: First-click test

In a first-click test, the first click of multiple test participants is collected to analyze if your participants can find what they are looking for and if they can navigate your website, app or other digital products.

Using this information, you can start improving user flows and positioning of navigation items to create a smooth and intuitive experience for your users.

Step-by-step guide to setting up a test with Preely

Step 1. Upload prototype
From the start screen click “Create test”. Choose device and upload your prototype or make it directly in Preely (screenshot, Adobe XD-, Figma- or Scetch artboards, or via InVision Cloud link).

Step 2. Create task
Click 'Insert new element', choose 'Add task'. Write introduction to the task and the task your participant should do. Click 'Save'. Click 'Add ending' and choose between endpoint or timer.

‘Endpoint’: This means that your participants should click on this certain spot in your prototype to end the task.
‘Timer’: This means that you set a timer on the last screen in your task and after a set amount of time, the task is ended.

Step 3. Ask questions
Click 'Insert element' and choose 'Add question'. Then fill in the questions and choose answer type (rating, multiple choice or free response).

Step 4. Analysis

The action section highlight all clicks and swipes on the different screens. It also gives you the opportunity to filter between clicks: first, last, and all.

This gives you a good identification of how easy it was for your users to find the hotspots, and how many attempts it took them.