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Leader Board

Leaderboard helps to track the scores of your viewers in the form of a table.
Leaderboard
When you click on “More” button from the Leaderboard section of Analytics page, it will redirect you to a page which reflects the score of your viewers.

Full Page Leaderboard

This page gets automatically refreshed every 15secs and therefore, you can track a real-time data.
Below is the screenshot of a full page leaderboard.
Leaderboard - More page
The login name will appear on the leaderboard under "Name" if the authentication is set to "Social" or "Viewer Group" while publishing a deployment.
The number of times a scene from your experience has been viewed by a customer is indicated on this page.
This redirected page gets refreshed every 15secs so that you are able to track real time data.

Optional Parameters

The following parameters can be optionally passed in the leader board URL:
Parameter
Default Values
Function
Table Header
rows=<num>
50
Controls the number of rows shown in the leaderboard.
-
show_rank=true|false
true
Controls if the viewer rank is shown in leader board.
Rank
show_identifier=true|false
false
Controls if the viewer identifier is shown in the leaderboard.
Identifier
show_name=true|false
true
Controls if the viewer name is shown in the leaderboard.
name
show_variables=<header1|var_name_1>, <header2|var_name_2>....
-
Exposes any custom user variables. Here, header is any placeholder for the variable. The variable name to be shown is provided after the pipe |.
As provided within the parameter (header1, header2 etc.)
show_score=true|false
true
Controls if the viewer score is shown in leader board.
Score
keep= variable1_name| include_value_1: include_value_2: include_value_3, variable2_name| include_value_1: include_value_2: include_value_3
-
Use a variable to filter the leaderboard. A variable associated with the viewer is used as a table filter. `keep` will keep entries in leaderboard for only the specified variable values. One can allow inclusion of multiple variable values as well as filter using multiple variable. Variable values are separated by a colon ':', variables are separated by a ',' and variable are separated from their values by '|'.