iOS, Android, Desktop, and Web

Lookback supports every prototyping platform. You don’t need to do anything special to record a session with a prototype, just treat it like it’s any other native app or website! This includes, but isn't restricted to:

  • InVision
  • Marvel
  • Adobe XD
  • Atomic
  • Axure
  • Figma
  • Principle
  • Flinto
  • Framer X

Tip: If you're doing remote unmoderated testing, you can insert the public URL of your prototype into the “Landing page” field when creating a new project, or from the project settings of an existing one. This way, when participants start a test, they’ll be automatically redirected to your prototype.

Prototypes that Can Be Viewed in a Browser

Lookback Live and Self-Test both work with any prototype that can be publicly viewed in a browser using a URL. For example, InVision, Marvel, and Axure all allow for prototypes to be accessed via a browser, whereas some others can only be viewed within their own app.

To use Lookback with a prototype that can viewed in a browser:

  >  Go to your project settings (cog icon in the upper right
      when viewing a project).

   >  Set the URL of the prototype in the Landing page field
       in the settings pane.

Prototypes that work with native prototyping apps

For Android and desktop testing, start a Live and Self-Test  as you normally would, then open the prototyping app and test away!

For iOS testing, it's important to use Participate 4 or higher to record everything on your iPhone or iPad, including native prototyping apps.

How can I make my prototype full-screen and get rid of the address bar?

When you set up your landing page, you can also choose whether to show the address bar and other browser controls. For prototypes, set this option to "Browser controls hidden" to display your prototype in full-screen.

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