Your Cheat Sheet for the New Rockerbox UI

Updated 5 months ago by Rockerbox

Here at Rockerbox we love to learn from and grow with our awesome customers. To this, we've been collecting your feedback and have built out a revamped UI!

The new UI includes both net-new views aimed at unlocking or expediting actionable insights, as well as revamped versions of the UI views you use everyday to run your businesses.

  1. Video walkthrough of the net-new UI views and features
  2. Documentation on how to navigate the new UI views, and most common use cases that the views unlock
  3. Navigating the new UI

1. Video Walkthrough of the New UI

Catch up on the webinar the Rockerbox CSM team hosted walking you through the use cases and actionable insights the new and improved UI views unlock.

2. Documentation: Navigation and Use Cases of the new views

You will find documentation on all of the UI views in our (also new!) help docs here.

3. Navigating the new UI

As for the existing UI views you use every day - have no fear, they're still here and better than ever! As you get comfortable with the new UI, see below for

Rockerbox Classic UI

Rockerbox New UI Link

Navigational Tab

When to Use

Analytics > Reports

Attribution Report


De-duplicated marketing performance across all channels

Analytics > New Visitors

New Visitor Analytics


Marketing performance in driving net-new users to site

Analytics > Experiments 



A/B and multi-variate testing for your paid digital channels.

Customers > Paths

Marketing Paths


Paths to conversions and more granular channel overlap

Customers > Funnel

Funnel Position


Understanding the role that each channel plays within and across the funnel

Settings > Integrations

Advertising Platforms


Connecting or re-authenticating API-based ad accounts

Ad Hoc Reports

Scheduled Exports


Exporting data out of Rockerbox

Can't find something you're looking for in the new UI?

You can always switch back to the "Classic" UI by selecting your account name in the top right corner and selecting "Switch to Classic UI".

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