To provide some MOPPI tutorials, I have prepared some detailed explanations about MOPPI for you. With a hopefully increasing number of users it will become clear what is still missing at this point. These instructions will follow soon.
But so far I can offer the following:
When the icon is blue, Optimizely runs on the page. A number in the lower right corner additionally shows the number of running experiments. Remember that it may take a second or two for the icon to update its color.
The Simple Mode of MOPPI is designed for users who only want to see which experiments are active on a page and which variations exist for these experiments and to which of these variations they have been assigned.
The campaigns tab shows you information about activated campaigns. Already in the tab names you can see the number of active campaigns in brackets.
The events tab helps you when it comes to checking and customizing events. It is also the only tab that doesn’t exchange information completely on every page view, but provides you with information about events across pages.
A lot of information about the running experiments on the current page can be found in this tab and already in the tab itself you can see the number of running experiments in brackets.
The pages tab shows you a list of pages (as defined in Optimizely) that have been activated. Each individual activated page is also displayed in a separate block and provides useful information.
The information in this tab is based on that which could be taken from Optimizely. Keep in mind, however, that this information refers to the visitor of the site, not to the Optimizely user himself. I only say this to avoid misunderstandings.
To view the information collected by MOPPI you have to open the MOPPI panel by clicking on the MOPPI icon. Please be sure to have it visible in your extension area close to the address input
More tutorials on specific issues will follow over time.