Mouseflow functions by inserting a single JavaScript line of code onto your website. This script (which is around 64 KB) sends small periodic and highly compressed data packages (around 2 KB) from the client to the Mouseflow platform while a visitor session is active.

Data from the whole user experience is recorded, not just a snapshot of the session. This includes all user interaction but also changes to the HTML document that occurs throughout the visitor journey.

This means you can record session-based pages, like shopping carts, checkout pages, and similar. You can also record pages behind a login without any problems.

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