How does Attendify's Analytics Dashboard Work?

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Attendify's analytics dashboard allows you to view the statistics about your users and gives you key insights that help you to understand your attendee experience at your event.

The analytics dashboard is updated in real time to let you know exactly how attendees are interacting with your event, which sessions are the most popular, and which attendees are having the biggest social impact.

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Here's what the Analytics metrics stand for:

  • Downloads (mobile app): Number of times your app was downloaded, including re-installations (available only for branded apps).

  • Sessions (mobile app): Number of unique times users opened the app and used it.

  • Profiles: Number of social profiles created in your event.

  • Photos: Number of photos shared to your event’s Activity Stream and Session Chats.

  • Messages: Number of messages (posts without photos) shared to your event’s Activity Stream and Session Chats.

  • Interactions: The sum of the likes and comments posted to your event’s Activity Stream and Session Chats. It is a great indicator of how compelling and engaging users find the social content in your event.

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In addition, you can see which features of your event experience were the most popular and drill into each individual feature to see which speakers, sponsors, exhibitors, etc. received the most views.

 

If you choose to enable the Rate & Review feature (mobile only), you can view individual attendee feedback about each speaker & session (or export a full report in the archives). Screenshot_2022-02-10_at_12.28.51.png

 

It's possible to track each user's journey and view their activity on individual attendee profiles (posts, likes, comments, reminders, ratings, and votes):

 

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Have further questions about Attendify’s Analytics? Reach out to us at support@attendify.com or chat with us on any Attendify web page. 

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