Capture Screen: Save the screen shown currently in the emulator, for which you are interested in screen change events. Whenever this screen opened in the app, you will get the "Screen Enter" event. Similarly, "Screen exit" when the screen is exited.
Tagged Screen: The screen you saved after screen capture.
Element: Views available in the current screens are termed as Element.
Tagged element: Elements you tagged to represent a screen.
Element Attributes: The properties of view you select which collectively represent the element.
Engagements: A guided tour with a particular goal.
In-app notification: A dialog pop up with a message. You cannot interact with the app until the In-app Announcement is closed.
NPS Rating Engagement: An Engagement to take the ratings from user, on the scale of 0 to 10.
Star Rating Engagement: An Engagement to take the ratings from user, out of 5 stars.
Walkthrough Engagement: Step by step flow of the screen to accomplish desired mission.
Tooltip Walkthrough: Type of Walkthrough in which the step is shown with some description.
Numbered Walkthrough: Type of walkthrough which is mostly designed to design the click flow for the user to complete a task.
Beacon Walkthrough: Type of walkthrough which is used to highlight a particular step.
Valid screen in Walkthrough: Valid screens restricts the scope of the step. Even if the element appears on other screens, this step will not show up!
Step elimination: The step in the walkthrough can be ended in different ways as selected in the "Step settings".
Contextual Help: It is a dialog pop up which contains the FAQs related to the current screen.
Help Centre: Help Centre contains all the FAQs of the app and also contains walkthroughs.
FAB: An '?' overlay button on the right side of the screen is termed as FAB, on clicking on it, it either opens the Help Centre or Contextual Help.
Segment: A group of users that is Active, Inactive or At Risk of Churn. Segments can be further divided into more detailed groups based on their activity and
At Risk for Churn/At Risk: When a user is likely to discontinue their patronage