I am wondering if anyone has data about this. "Scroll to next section" buttons are usually visible on the first screen of a website at the center bottom. If one clicks on them the browser scrolls the screen so that the headline of the following section is at the top of the screen.
I usually ignore these buttons and scroll myself, but would be interested in how often they are used. Do people understand them more as a visual element that invites scrolling or as a button that should be clicked?
And what about mobile devices? Do people tap the button or swipe the screen?