How to check past screen designs

Would you like to check the screen design of a past website but do not know where the original data is located?

Here, we introduce tools that can check past screen designs.

1. How to check past screen design with Anatomy

With the access analysis tool `` Anatomy '' that `` visualizes '' Google Analytics, not only information on analysis such as access indicators and user flow lines, but also page access when actually acquiring data, screen capture of page It also has information such as resource information, measured response time, etc.

And screen captures and resources can be stored in Anatomy, so you can check past screen designs and past resources in Anatomy.

1. Click [Original (Past List)]
2.Hover the page tile you want to check
3. Screen captures are displayed for each date (you can copy and copy each capture by dragging and dropping and check it at hand.)
List of past screen designs of access analysis tool "Anatomy"
4. Switch to the date of the page you want to check
Date selection screen of screen design you want to see of access analysis tool "Anatomy"
5.Right click on the tile on the page
6. Click to view page details
Page detail information confirmation screen of access analysis tool "Anatomy"
7. Click resource
8. Click the comparison result to check the resources at that time
Resource confirmation screen of access analysis tool "Anatomy"
Access analysis tool "Anatomy" past and present resource comparison screen

In this way, you can check past screen designs and past resources.


Anatomy has automatically acquired screen captures periodically so that both page and access data can be checked at the same time. Therefore, past screen designs and past resources are also stored in Anatomy. In Anatomy, check the evolution of the design along with the evolution of the access index.

If you have any concerns about Google Analytics settings, such as not being able to measure the pages you care about, a service that can diagnose the settings of Google Analytics is also included.

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