Anyone — not just engineers! — can create event definitions in Heap with a point-and-click UI. Add new events as new questions come up, and get answers in seconds.
Events, Segments, and Properties are created in Heap, not in your codebase. They live in a layer above your automatically captured dataset, so you can change, combine, and delete them without losing data or needing to wait for new data.
Since definitions are created without code, they can be modified and updated at any time. With Heap, you can ensure your data set is up-to-date, neatly named, and trusted by everyone as your product grows.
What is the Event Visualizer?
The Event Visualizer is a point-and-click interface for applying labels to raw event data without modifying the underlying data set.
Making it dead simple to locate your autocaptured events and assign labels to them, the Event Visualizer gives you extreme flexibility while keeping your dataset clean and trustworthy, forever.
Deliver insights with ease
The Event Visualizer gives anyone access to insights in minutes.
Point-and-Click Editor: Visually identify the events that matter to you
Retroactive Definitions: Definitions apply across the entire dataset so new questions can be answered immediately
Snapshot Properties: Easily add custom context to events
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