Overview

Whether you're new to Userpilot or you're an experienced user, tagging features within your product provides you with a great view of your feature usage. 

Feature tagging is foundational in order to understand the impact of your in-app experiences on your growth goals and feature adoption. Code-free.

Features Page Breakdown:

1. Tag new feature: 

  • Open Userpilot's Chrome extension on your product's URL where you'd like to tag features on. 

2. Features Details Table:

  • Name: This is the title of the tagged feature that was given by your team. 
  • Users: This is the total unique number of your end-users that have clicked the feature since it was first tagged – e.g. if one unique user clicks the feature multiple times, the total number of users would be one.
  • Companies: This is the total unique number of companies that have clicked the feature since it was first tagged – e.g. if multiple users from the same company clicked the feature, the total number of companies would be one. 
  • Total Clicks: This is the cumulative number of clicks from your end-users since the feature was first tagged – e.g. if one unique user clicks the feature three times, the total number of clicks would be three.
  • Definition: This is the text string that the element contains. 

3. Additional actions:

  • Edit: This is where you can edit the setup of the feature such as the name, build URL, and targeting settings. 
  • Delete: This is where you can permanently delete the feature and it's associated data. 

Common use cases

  • Identify where your users are spending their time on your product.
  • Get an intuitive view of your features usage.
  • Track users' activity and understand what features they are interacting with.
  • Defining a goal using a feature tag to measure the impact of your in-experiences on user behavior.

Next steps: Learn how to tag your first feature.


If you'd like to send general feedback or suggestions for this feature, please reach out to us at team@userpilot.co

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