This is a count of unique logins that occurred to view your experience.
For public deployments, every experience load counts as a new viewer.
This is a count of the number of times your experience was loaded. The views section will also show you a
views count graph.
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This measure gives you an idea of how long a user session lasts on an average.
Average user session duration is the sum of the duration of all user sessions divided by total number of user sessions.
This gives you the count of views per browser for your experience. The browser section will also show you a pie chart made with view count per browser.
This gives you the count of views per platform for your experience. The platform section will also show you a pie chart made with view count per platform.
This section shows all information related to every viewer that viewed your experience. This contains information on:
- Viewer Unique Identifier
- Name (blank for public views)
- Email (blank for public views)
- Score (If Score element is present in the experience)
- Deice Identifier
- Device Resolution
- CPU Class
- Webgl vendor
- Latitude, Longitude
- Admin Area Level 1
- Admin Area level 2
- Postal Code
- Start Timestamp
- End Timestamp
This section shows you geo-location information of your viewers on
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This section shows you a frequency chart of how many times a rule in your experience was clicked. Using this information you can gain insights into how your viewers navigate through your experience.
This section shows information on the rule and viewers that triggered it. This gives you a fine grained log of how exactly a viewer interacted with your experience.
- The Leader board on the analytics page shows a peek at the leaderboard page through a mini chart.
This section will show up the score counted by the Score element in your experience.
When you click on the
more button, you'll be taken to a leader board page. This page provides you with further customizations on what information you want to show on the leader board via URL parameters.
- Notice that the leaderboard's page URL already has a
page_tokenparameter. This is used for authentication and should not be removed.
The following parameters can be optionally passed in the leader board URL:
Parameter Default Values Function Table Header
Controls the number of rows shown in the leaderboard. -
Controls if the viewer rank is shown in leader board. Rank
Controls if the viewer identifier is shown in the leaderboard. Identifier
Controls if the viewer name is shown in the leaderboard. Name
- Exposes any custom user variables. Here,
headeris any placeholder for the variable. The variable name to be shown is provided after the pipe
As provided within the parameter (
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 '|'. -
This page is accessible to anyone who has the link to the page.
You can choose to filter analytics by time. Find the dropdown menu for this on analytics page.
You can choose to filter with the following duration filters:
- Last 7 days
- Last 30 days
- Last 60 days
- Last 90 days
- Custom Range