The most up-to-date info about setting up Kera,
creating missions, and analyzing your data.
You should identify key workflows and experiences your most active users have in your application. Then, create missions for new users to help them along the same path.
The Metrics Dashboard helps you determine what people are doing, what they want to do, and where they're getting stuck, allowing you to re-think your application experience.
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You should watch our getting started video – it does a great job of walking you through setting up Kera and collecting data.
Login into Kera and create a new mission.
Then, you'll need to add the Goal to the approprate place in you application to let Kera know when the mission is completed by your user. Once that's done and your users start completing missions, head back to Kera's Metrics page to see how they're doing.
There is no theming system in Kera, but feel free to customize the CSS as you wish. Unfortunately, we can't provide any support for customization at the moment.
Kera is compatible with most applications. You should try it out.
No, Kera's considerate and loads after your site loads. It won't slow you down.
Kera loads ~35k of client libraries when the script has been embedded on your page.
Not at the moment.
Kera is not optimized for mobile browsers, but should work the same way it does on your desktop browser.
We test Kera in all modern browsers: IE9, Safari, Chrome, Firefox. Feel free to send bug reports to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kera only collects personally identifiable information you explicitly send to us using kera.track, kera.identify, and kera.nickname.
You can track users as they complete missions, allowing you to see how much progress they are making in your application.
With these insights, you can determine what's resonating with your users, which parts of your app need re-thinking.
See Tracking Missions for examples of different ways to track missions in your web application.
You have no idea.