Get Your Weekly Update: Introducing Clarity Weekly Digest

Clarity Email Digest

In today’s fast-paced world, it can be difficult to keep track of all the projects you’re working on. That’s why we’ve created a feature that sends out weekly emails with a summary of your project progress.

Clarity weekly digest which provides a summary of key metrics about user sessions on your website. The emails include frustration metrics such as rage clicks, dead clicks, JS errors, and quick backs. These metrics can help you understand where users are encountering problems and what may be causing them to leave your site prematurely. 

In addition, the email also provides sample sessions for the week so you can see exactly how users are interacting with your site and identify any pain points they may be experiencing. Understanding this information will allow you to optimize your website by making changes that align with the needs of your audience, resulting in a better user experience for everyone involved. 

 Clarity Digest Module

Finally, our weekly email digest also provides high-level metrics like total sessions, average pages per session and average scroll depth. These metrics give you an overview of how well your website is performing overall and can help you identify areas that need improvement. For example, if the average pages per session are low, it may be time to make changes to keep users engaged and, on your site, longer. 

Joining our Weekly Email Digest is effortless 

To join, log into your Clarity account and head to the “Manage Account” option located on the upper right corner of your screen. A list of account settings will then be displayed, including a “Subscribe” button towards the bottom that you just need to click on to start receiving our insightful reports each week. Don’t worry, if at any point you want to unsubscribe, simply follow these same steps.

Give it a try, and if you use the Clarity weekly email report regularly, email us your story at We’d love to discuss featuring you in an upcoming customer case study!