Jonathan Widawski
Founder at Maze.design
· 1 min read

The super-powers of the Maze URL

Discover how you can use the Maze URL to collect data & much more!

The super-powers of the Maze URL

🕵️‍ Know your testers

Sometimes, you really want to know who is behind a testing session: maybe you want to send a "thank you" coupon to the testers who completed your Maze or you simply want to learn how your product is perceived by different age groups.

Well, I have good news for you: we created a dead simple process to attach any information you need on your testers!

maze.design/t/xxx?name=john&lastname=doe&...

By simply adding parameters to your Maze’s URL (like in the example above) you can now bind information to your tester’s session. Go to the session’s view of your dashboard and click the "see more" button on any individual session to discover the recorded metadata (we record informations on the device and browser by default):

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💬 No track, no feedback...

We also created a couple of utils to pass in your URL that can come in handy:

maze.design/t/xxx?notrack=true

Adding "notrack=true" to your URL disables the tracking and recording of the tester's interactions. This can be useful when sharing your live Maze internally (to coworkers or friendsfor example).

maze.design/t/xxx?nofeedback=true

Adding "nofeedback=true" to your URL removes the feedback form at the end of your Maze.