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Accessing Analytics Reports
Accessing Analytics Reports
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Please note that this feature is not included in Free and Starter Plan. If you wish to update your plan, you need to contact your account manager.

How to access analytics reports at community level

Community analytics reports enhance your understanding of how community pages are engaged with by your audience. They provide granular insights into the performance of each community page, helping you better understand and cater to your community's interests.

Key features :

  1. Activity Tracking on Community Pages: Access detailed analytics related to individual Community pages. This allows for a comprehensive view of how each page performs, helping you gauge the popularity and relevance of the content shared within your community.

  2. View and Unique User Counts: You can see not just the total number of views each page has received but also the count of unique users who have visited the page. This metric is crucial for understanding the breadth of your content's reach and identifying how many distinct visitors are engaging with your pages.

  3. Customizable Time Periods: The time picker tool allows you to select specific periods for analysis. Whether you're looking to understand user behavior over a day, a week, or any custom range, this tool makes it possible to tailor the analytics to your needs.


How to access analytics reports at event level

If you want to dig deeper into your Event's Analytics and get more insights than what's available through the Analytics Dashboard, head to the Studio and go to Analytics → Reports.

To download a report, you simply need to select which one you need from the list available, and then define the date range and the settings specific to said report. These will vary depending on the type of data and feature, as you can see below:

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1.General

General metrics

Networking summary for Attendees and Exhibitors. Active users and platform usage information.

2.Sessions

Session registrations, attendance, and feedback

List of People registered for Sessions, with scan-in and out dates, their ratings, and comments (if any).

Live Session Discussion messages and questions

List of messages and questions sent in the Live Discussion of Sessions.

Poll answers

List of people who answered Polls during Sessions, with their results.

Video streaming

List of People who watched the Session's streaming video, with dates and durations.

Roundtables

List of People who joined the Roundtables, with dates.

3.Marketplace

Exhibitors' pages, Ads, Docs, and Items views and bookmarks

List of People who have seen or bookmarked the Exhibitors or their Items, seen or clicked on their Ads, or downloaded their Documents.

Item views and bookmarks

List of People who have seen or bookmarked Items, and list of Items with total number of views and bookmarks.

4.Sponsors & Ads

Event home ads

List of people who have seen or clicked on the event home advertising.

Event home sponsors

List of people who clicked on the event home sponsors.


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