💥 Available only on Freelance, Teams, and Agency Plans.💥

Whether you need to ensure design consistency from release to release, or simply keep tabs on changes to your competitor's site or market price updates.
This is the #1 feature for you.🔥

Let automation work for you!
Just setup a crawling schedule and our crawler will take screenshots of any public or private site on this schedule, our ai-will isolate the visual changes, and email them to you.


Start by Creating a Crawling Schedule

1. Go to Scheduled Crawls in your Dashboard

2. Enter all your crawling info ( don't forget our powerful advanced settings )

3. Click Setup a Schedule


4. Enter the schedule configurations:


5. Visual Comparisons (Optional)

As part of this scheduling process, you can optionally select to compare up to two of these crawls for any visual or scope changes.

a. Select your Comparison Type:
Compare the latest crawl with the first available crawl
Your first available crawl is technically the oldest crawl available in your sitemap list. Therefore if you delete the first original one, it will compare the next oldest one, with the most current one created via the schedule.

Compare the last (2) crawls
This will compare ... you guessed it.. the last 2 crawls created. Keep in mind if this is the first time you do a scheduled crawl, then naturally the first crawl will be used for the comparison. Then as you generate more crawls as time goes on, only the last 2 will be used.

b. Select your Pixel Sensitivity
Options are Low, Medium, and High.

Example: Stripe.com - The main differences are:

1 - The Gradient ( yes it is different! )

2 - The CTA Button Label on mobile is different (Pay > Pay $14)
3 - The text on the main description is updated

Original Design:


New Design:


Difference (Sensitivity = Low)

Difference (Sensitivity = Medium)

Difference (Sensitivity = High)

c. Select users on your team to notify when there are visual changes
You have the option to select either yourself plus any other team member to receive these notifications of changes via email. Great for keeping tabs on consistency or changes to your competition/market.

☞ You can always Edit or Delete these scheduled crawls at any time.

Pro Tips:

1. You can Pause and Resume your scheduled crawls as you need.
When you Pause, your schedule will not initiate a crawl for you.

2. When creating a compared scheduled crawl, if you don't yet have a finished crawl of that particular URL, we will trigger one for you automatically.

3. Your scheduled crawls will be executed according to the timezone you have set for your user - in the user settings page.

4. Alternatively, you can also select two sitemaps to compare and generate the comparison manually.

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