A few years ago I used a tool that could theoretically measure the time to complete a form. The way it works is that you click on e.g. a screenshot, and mark what is a label, what is an input field, expected input etc. The tool would then calculate time spend on eye-movement (reading the label, identifying field etc), the time to move hand from mouse to keyboard, time to enter input etc.

I cannot find the tool anywhere, and I cannot remember what it was called.

Does anyone know the tool? Any help would be much appreciated.

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Sounds like you are looking for a software that can automatically analyse GOMS models. Should've guessed there are tools for that but it didn't ever occur to me to search for them.

GOMS's Wikipedia page mentions two of them: GogTool (https://cogtool.wordpress.com/) and Cogulator (http://cogulator.io/).

  • Yes...absolutely....spot on....thank you so much :) Feb 27, 2020 at 9:21

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