You can now save clips from replays, preserving them for up to one year. This helps you build and visually showcase evidence over time for valuable investments. For more information, see Create replay clips.
New version requirement
Session Replay now requires you to be on agent version 2.214.0 or above. Prior to this, you had to be on version 2.205.2 or above.
Create replay clips
You can now create and share clips of specific moments in replays with other Pendo users in your subscription. Clips offer a convenient way to highlight and share insights you find in replays. As part of this addition, the former Copy link button is now a dropdown button labeled as Share with two options: Copy link and Share a clip. For more information, see Watch replays.
Find the most active replays
You can now gauge the activity levels of replays by adding the % Active Time column to the Replays table. This helps you quickly identify the most action-packed sessions, ensuring you make the most of your viewing time. For more information, see Watch replays.
View inactive durations
You can now hover over inactive portions of the timeline to view exactly how long a user showed no activity. Inactivity is highlighted in yellow on the timeline. For more information, see Watch replays.
Take actions from the event log
You can now tag untagged Pages, open event details, and open related replays from a replay’s event log. This helps streamline your workflow when you want to further analyze the data you see in a replay. For more information, see Watch replays.
View expiration date
You can now view what date a replay is set to expire by adding the Expires On column to the Replays table. This informs you of the remaining time to watch a replay, prompting action to find replays of value. For more information, see Watch replays.
You can now see which replays you've already watched in the replay library and streamline your browsing experience by sorting the table with the Play column. A replay is marked as "watched" after the playback starts, which changes the value to Rewatch in the table. For more information, see Watch replays.
Replays now automatically end if a visitor is inactive for 30 minutes, ensuring that you're presented with more engaging replays rather than those with prolonged periods of inactivity. This enhancement should also contribute to faster loading times on the player page. Admins can customize this maximum inactivity period on the Replay Settings page, ranging from the default 30 minutes to 1, 4, 23, or 24 hours.
Date ranges include today
The default date ranges (Last 7 Days, Last 14 Days, and Last 30 Days) now include "today", enabling you to view replays captured on the current date, since you last loaded the replay library. This enhancement doesn't apply to the default date ranges on other Pendo pages.
Replays now have a 30-day retention period, offering an extended viewing window compared to the previous 14 days. This change gives you more time to observe and analyze your visitors' interactions with your app. Replays captured on or after November 23 will be retained for 30 days by default, so December 23 will be the first day with 30 days of replays in your library.
Watch replays in Discover (beta)
You can now watch replays of visitors submitting feedback items created through poll responses in Discover, which is currently in closed beta. If you're interested in getting access to our Discover product, join the Pendo Discover interest list.
When viewing replays from the Visitor Details and Account Details pages, you're now prompted to select between several quick filters to help you find the most relevant replays: Most recent replays, Most activity, Most-clicked Feature, and Most-used Page. For more information, see Details pages.
Visitor and account metadata
You can now view visitor and account metadata associated with a replay above the event log on the Replay Player page. Use the edit icon to add, remove, or reorder the metadata values. For more information, see Watch replays with the Replay player.
Set a starting timestamp
When watching a replay, you can now specify a starting timestamp by adding it to the URL. For example, to start the replay at 32 minutes and 46 seconds, add ?startTime=32m46s to the end of the URL. The timestamp supports hours, minutes, and seconds, and the startTime parameter is case-sensitive. This shortcut is useful for sharing specific points with others or for returning to a particular moment in a replay, while we develop the UI functionality for sharing clips.
If you're viewing a replay outside of the main Replay Player page, use the Copy link button to copy the URL and then paste it, adding the startTime parameter.