What is the Results Page?

Optimizely's Results page allows you to see your experiments' performance and explore your visitors' behavior. You can use the results on this page to make key business decisions based on the data you see. This video will give you an overview of the features and settings you can access from the Results page.

 

Your results are coming in, so, it’s jump-to-conclusions time! Oh, wait, that doesn’t sound right.

You might be excited to see results coming in and want to start making immediate changes, but resist the urge because A/B testing is based on scientific principle. Optimizely needs statistically significant data to declare a winner. (After all, you wouldn’t want to be making changes to your site based on bad data any more than you would make a change based on someone’s opinion).

In the next course, we'll cover some specific tactics for taking action on winning, losing, and even inconclusive results. First, though, let's focus on the Results page itself. Once you learn how to interpret results, you can make better business decisions on the data you see.

NOTE:

Results page features (including segmentation, custom reports, and annotation) vary based on your Optimizely plan type. If what you see doesn’t match what’s in this article, or you want to learn more about what’s available, please refer to our pricing matrix.

You may also want to learn how to segment your results, make business decisions based on results, or share results with your broader team.