Leave tracker for a website: how to catch the moment your customer is leaving

Our usual customer flow includes five steps:

  1. Upload
  2. Configuration
  3. Quote
  4. Billing
  5. Overview

But what if the client has fifty files, or five hundred?

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How does it work?

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How does it look in the code?

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