Your website and individual pages will probably change over time – e.g. with a new layout of your front page. And the UserReport click map is perfect for comparing click patterns on pages over time.
To save historic click maps and/or compare click patterns on different version of your webpages you have to save your click maps as JPEG files or snapshots.
JPEG files are static and saved on your computer whereas snapshots are interactive and saved in your personal gallery at your UserReport account.
Save click map as JPEG
To save your click map to a static JPEG file on your computer, press "download". The JPEG file will contain the click map view chosen at the time of the download. You can choose either dot or grid view showing either all clicks or clicks sorted by gender or age.
Take snapshot of click map
To save a snapshot of your click map in your gallery, press "snapshot". Choose "Just take a snapshot of this page" to save a snapshot to your gallery and continue to track clicks on your page.
Take snapshot of click map and reset click tracking
To save a snapshot of your click map in your gallery AND reset the click tracking on the page, press "snapshot" and then choose "Take a snapshot of this page AND reset data".
Snapshots are interactive
This means that you can choose both dot and grid view showing either all clicks or clicks sorted by gender or age when you review your snapshots saved in your gallery.
Please note that a "live" click map only shows clicks registered the past 30 days. This means that you have to save your click maps as JPEG and/or snapshots regularly to save historic data. Read more about how many clicks are registered and how long they are stored.