Collect 100% of user sessions

Don’t miss out on insights

Collect 100% coverage from Hotjar for 100% confidence in your insights.

Five more reasons to opt for full coverage 👇

Illustration visualizing user behavior on a website using Hotjar Heatmaps

Collect 100% of user sessions

Don’t miss out on insights

Collect 100% coverage from Hotjar for 100% confidence in your insights.

Five more reasons to opt for full coverage 👇

What do most Hotjar customers have in common? 100% data collection.

Most Hotjar customers choose to collect 100% of the available Hotjar data.

Why most customers capture 100% coverage

With 100% coverage

I can be sure the insights I discover are reliable

I won’t miss vital insights when filtering the data

I know for certain my team have access to the best data

Without 100% coverage

Draw incorrect conclusions from the data

Fail to spot important insights, especially when filtering

Fall for the fallacy of small numbers - with less data it’s hard to learn anything new

Five more reasons to opt for full coverage

1. Capture every click, move and scroll

With 100% coverage you’ll get reliable Heatmap data across your site. 

Without 100% coverage you may struggle to see the full picture.

2. Spot every bug and every issue

With 100% coverage you can watch back every user recording. 

Without 100% coverage you may miss revenue-crippling bugs. 

3. Look at the full customer journey

With 100% coverage, you’ll see every interaction a user has with your product. 

Without 100% coverage, you’ll only get a bit-part look at what’s going on. 

4. Cut through the noise

With 100% coverage, you can slice and dice your data to hone in on important segments.

Without 100% coverage, you’ll get a limited picture that's only exaggerated when filtering.

5. Cover your back with site-wide coverage

With 100% coverage, you’re guaranteed a heatmap for every page that a visitor sees.

Without 100% coverage, pages with fewer visitors - like your blog or about us page - might not have enough data to generate a heatmap.

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