Analytics

To check usage of your deployment you can go to its analytics.

Simply click on “Analytics” on the top right corner of that deployment.

Analytics is specific to one deployment at a time.

Analytics Dashboard

The sections here provide you with:

Views

The number of times your deployment is viewed. Check this to see how views are counted: How are views counted?

Viewers

The number of viewers who have accessed your deployment.

Average Session Duration

The average duration, viewers have spent viewing your deployment.

Browsers and Platforms

Provides details about browsers your audience uses to view your experience, ex: Chrome, IE explore, Firefox, Opera, Safari and so on. Whereas, platforms will provide details if the viewer has used a desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile to view your experience. The browser and the platform also affect some autogenerated variables.

Views over Time

This graph shows your views over time.

Sessions

You can check session details in this table

You can expand this section to a new page, with more details, by clicking on the more button. This page is pre-authenticated and the URL can be shared publicly.

Viewer Sessions

Sessions by Location

This map shows you the (approximate) location of your viewers on a world map.

Filtering results for time periods

You can filter the analytics for different time periods, like the last 7 days, last 30 days, or last 90 days. You can also customize the dates to choose a specific range.

Rules Funnel

Rules funnel show you the frequency of triggering of different rules. Only those rules are tracked for which you turn on the “Analytics” checkbox.

When you click “More”, a new page opens up that provides a detailed graph as below which can be filtered according to the time period that you wish to collect the data for.

Rules Log

This is a log of all rules triggered by everyone who visited this deployment. Note: only those roles are tracked for which you turn on the “Analytics” checkbox.

You can download this into a CSV file by clicking on “CSV” button.

Leaderboard

Leaderboard shows you the scores of all viewers who access this deployment in the form of rank list. To enable this section, you new to add a “Score” element to your experience.

You can expand this section to a new page, with more details, by clicking on the more button. This page is pre-authenticated and the URL can be shared publicly.

Leaderboard

Variable Stats

This section will provide you the statistics of the variables used in an experience.

By clicking on the dropdown menu, you can select the variable of interest and view its respective statistics.

Additionally, you have the option to download the statistics in CSV format for further analysis.

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