Why not use a real usability service for this? I don't see the need
to abuse a poor little analytics system that's not built for this when
there are much better tools available to accomplish the task. And I
definitely don't see the point when you're not going to get as good
I'm sure you can really dig into standard analytics to see what people
are doing on your site, most things will be pretty obvious without the
need to really do any kind of usability tests - I would save those for
discussions before you roll the site out in the first place.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org
, "Liviu Taloi" <liviu.taloi@...>
> Does anybody knows how to capture mouse movements and mouse events on
> a web page? Something similar to userfly.com
> Thx. Liviu.