Prototypes: iOS, Android, Desktop, and Web
Lookback supports every prototyping platform — prototypes accessed via a browser or within their own app.
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:
Testing Prototypes that can be viewed in a Browser
To use Lookback with a prototype that can viewed in a browser:
Insert the public URL of your prototype into the 'Landing page' field when creating a 'Round' within a 'Project'.
If you've already created your 'Round' you can also click the 'Edit' button beside your 'Round' to add your prototype url as the 'Landing page'.
Then request Participants to:
Then, tap ‘Browser’ to view your prototype on iOS and Android
ProTip! Participants will be shown your prototype automatically when the Landing page loads on Desktop.
Testing Prototypes that are viewed in a Native Prototyping App
To use Lookback with a prototype that’s viewed in a Native Prototyping App:
Add the Native Prototyping App link to the initial Participant Email that you send the Participant - along with the Participant Link.
Then, request Participants to:
Open the initial email you sent them.
Click the Native Prototyping App Link and open/install the Native Prototyping App.
Leave the Native Prototyping App open, return to the initial Participant Email, and click the Lookback Participant Link.
Leave Lookback's Participate App/Chrome window open and navigate back to the Native Prototyping App.
Start testing your prototype.
Once your Participants are done testing your prototype, request Participants to:
Navigate back to Lookback's Participate App (in the case of iOS and Android) or Chrome window (in the case of Desktop/Laptop)
Then follow the usual prompts to "End" the session.
As long as the Participate App/Chrome window is open in the background, everything on the Participant's device, including Native Prototyping Apps, will be recorded during the session - since our Participate App/Extension supports systemwide recording on iOS, Android and Desktop.
Note: On iOS, once the Participant leaves the Participate Browser, face camera and touch highlights are disabled due to Apple's security permissions.