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Using the free tool, overall "live support" is limited. However, there are plenty of online resources to get started. If you need handheld support, it is best to upgrade the service or hire a developer through one of Google's partner agencies. There could be more support for understanding what makes a test useful or not.
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Google Content Experiments (discontinued) Scorecard Summary

Feature Scorecard Summary

a/b experiment testing (1)
9
Split URL testing (1)
10
Multivariate testing (1)
10
Multi-page/funnel testing (1)
9
Cross-browser testing (1)
8
Mobile app testing (1)
8
Test significance (1)
9
Visual / WYSIWYG editor (1)
10
Advanced code editor (1)
9
Page surveys (1)
8
Visitor recordings (1)
8
Preview mode (1)
8
Test duration calculator (1)
10
Experiment scheduler (1)
10
Experiment workflow and approval (1)
8
Dynamic experiment activation (1)
10
Client-side tests (1)
10
Server-side tests (1)
10
Mutually exclusive tests (1)
10
Standard visitor segmentation (1)
10
Behavioral visitor segmentation (1)
10
Traffic allocation control (1)
10
Website personalization (1)
10
Click analytics (1)
10
Form fill analysis (1)
10
Conversion tracking (1)
10
Goal tracking (1)
10
Test reporting (1)
9
Results segmentation (1)
10
CSV export (1)
10
Experiments results dashboard (1)
10

What is Google Content Experiments (discontinued)?

Google Content Experiments was a tool that can be used to create A/B test from within Google Analytics. It has been discontinued since 2019, and Google now recommends using its Google Optimize service for A/B testing.
Categories:  A/B Testing

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