We are pleased to announce that Inspectlet now automatically identifies when users experience moments of frustration while using your site aka rage clicks.
A “rage click” is logged when a user repeatedly clicks in a non-interactive part of the page, usually indicating frustration or confusion. Common points of user rage include clicking on dead links (text that looks like a link but isn’t), clicking on images hoping to enlarge them (unsuccessfully) and other points of UI confusion. Rage Clicks are logged as session-level events and can be used to filter for sessions via session recordings page.
Here’s an example of what a Rage Click looks like:
For more information, check out our docs.
If you have any questions about rage clicks, please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org