The new split testing tool provides several improvements over our original tool, including:
- the ability to test Standard and Drag & Drop Leadpages
- realtime analytics on your running tests
- a redesigned experience for creating tests
You can learn more about it here: Creating a New Split Test. Eventually, you will no longer be able to create tests with our original split-testing tool. If you have existing split tests, you can migrate them to our new split testing tool using our guide below.
Migrate original split tests to our new tool
Here’s the quickest way to re-create your existing split tests using our new tool.
- Open the analytics page for your split test, as shown below.
- Click End Test from the actions menu more. When you do, your test will stop running, and its variations will become standalone Leadpages with reset analytics.
- From your list of pages, go to the “Split Tests” tab and create a new split test.
- Choose your previous test’s original variation as your new test’s control page.
- On the “Add Variations” step, select your former test’s pages (which will appear in the list as standalone pages) to add them to your test.
You could also choose to only test certain variations. To do so, visit your original test’s analytics page and remove the variation you’d like to use in a new split test. You can find the option under the action menu for any variation—as long as it isn’t a test’s base—as shown below.
Troubleshooting tips and FAQs
How can I split test drag-and-drop or standard pages?
Our new split testing tool supports Standard and Drag & Drop Builders. You can even use both types of pages in the same test.
Can I save analytics from my old tests?
No, it’s not possible to save your analytics data—however, you can take a screenshot of your analytics page. We reset data when you end a test to create a blank slate for future analytics and split tests.
Can I publish new split tests to my own site?
You can! We recommend removing tests created with our original split testing tool before publishing any news ones to your site. To learn more about publishing your split tests, check out: Running a Split Test.
(Updated August 10, 2018)
Please let us know if you have additional questions.
You can always file a support ticket if you have additional questions by clicking the Support button in your dashboard shown here or clicking here to file a support ticket.