Create a new experiment
After entering your name and email address for the free trial, you will be redirected to your projects page. Click on the "New Experiment" button on the right of the screen to begin creating a new experiment:
Set up a new A/B test
Once you click on that button, you will see this screen. For our purposes, we will create an A/B experiment:
For this example, we are going to call the experiment “My First Test.” Then, enter your URL in the second box.
We are using "Example.com" for this example.
Click the "Continue to Create Experience" button in the lower left hand corner:
Choose the website URL you would like to test
You will be taken to a page that displays the URL you chose and a black toolbar on the top such as the below example:
Change the appearance of different variations of your website
If you look at the Page Variations section in the top left, you will notice that "Variation 1" is selected by default. This means that any changes we make to this version of the URL will not affect the original URL.
This will result in a classic A/B test, in which the "A" version is the original page and the "B" version is Variation 1.
Let’s edit an element by hovering over it with our mouse, causing an orange outline to appear:
If we click on the element, a black menu should pop up beside it like this:
Let’s change the background color by clicking on “Change BG Color”:
A window will display that gives us many options:
Let’s keep it simple for this example by selecting the orange square, which is the third box in the second row:
Once you have done that, click OK:
You will notice that the element has changed color like so:
Activate your experiment so that you can begin to analyze the results
Now you will be taken to the Experiment Summary page. There are many ways to customize your experiment from this page, but for now let’s focus on the basics:
Make sure to install your project code, located at the top of the screen:
Click on it to view the necessary code and insert it into your header:
Now click "Activate Experience"
Congratulations! Your experience is now activated.