Viewing and Exporting Metrics

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Need to know how many people used your app? Put down the phone and step away from the calculator! Every event automatically tracks key metrics and presents it all in easy-to-access graphs and charts.

1 Navigate to the Metrics page. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. In the Event Checklist, click Metrics from the side nav.

2 Understand the layout. All the sections on the Metrics page have been designed with a similar layout. From top to bottom, the big components are:

User-added imageDate Range Picker - Click the range of dates at the top of the page to filter your data. 
 
User-added imageBig Numbers -  The large figures shown at the top of every page are the most essential statistics. If you have questions on what a particular number means, you can scroll over it to reveal a tooltip that gives a detailed explanation of the figure.
 
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User-added imageLine Graph - A graph that illustrates those big numbers at the top of the page over time. The grey area shows the actual days of the event. Dotted lines show when a push notification was sent. If you'd like to only see certain metrics and not others, you can toggle them on and off using the key at the bottom of the chart.
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User-added imageBar Graphs - Following the line graph are a set of bar graphs that measure metrics based on total numbers rather than how they've changed over time. By default only the top three items will be displayed, but you can click See More to display more.

 
3 Choose a section to review. The Dashboard is the first view you'll see. It gives you an overview of how many people are using your app, how many actions they've taken (anything from viewing a profile to bookmarking a session), how long they've spent doing those actions, and from what device. For more metrics on a particular area, click one of the sections on the left, summarized below.
 
User-added imageEngagement: Sessions Find out how much users are engaging with sessions. This includes viewing sessions, adding them to schedules, taking a survey or poll, sharing them, taking notes, downloading PDFs, or checking in. Bar graphs show you the most popular sessions and content. 
 
User-added imageEngagement: Speakers See how users are engaging with your speaker profiles. These metrics counts views, shares, notes taken, bookmarks, and downloads from the speaker's details page. Get a breakdown of the top-viewed and top-bookmarked speakers in the lineup.
 
User-added imageEngagement: Attendees Discover how much attendees are networking, including messaging each other, sharing contact info, scheduling appointments, posting to social feeds, viewing photos, or rating and checking in to sessions. You'll also see the top social platforms they use to share or log in.  

User-added imageEngagement: Maps Learn how many times your maps are looked at and how many location pushpins are tapped. The most tapped locations are ranked in a bar chart at the bottom.

User-added imageUsers by Device Find out if your crowd is Team Apple or Team Android, or if they prefer to access your event using a browser from a non-app compatible device. You can also get a breakdown by device model and browser type.  

User-added imageSponsor Views
Banners rotate every 3 to 15 seconds and each new rotation is an impression. Find out how many impressions your sponsors are getting, how often their banners are tapped, and how many organization profiles are getting viewed, bookmarked, or shared.

User-added imageGame - See if gamification is encouraging more attendees to use your app. View the number of achievements earned, what attendees earned them for, and how often the leaderboard was checked by clicking the Game icon.
 
 
4 Share what you find. Use the data you find to delight sponsors, shine in meetings, and ultimately make your next event even better. You can either export all the event's data as a JSON file or export individual pages as a PDF.
 
User-added imageAs a JSON file - From the metrics dashboard, click Export, then Export All Data from the dropdown menu. You will receive an email with your data included as an attachment.
 
NOTE: To learn more about this file format, check out "Reading JSON Files."
 
User-added imageAs a PDF or Print Copy - From the metrics dashboard, click Export, then Print Page from the dropdown menu. Select a destination for the print copy or click Save as PDF.
 

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Need to know how many people used your app? Put down the phone and step away from the calculator! Every event automatically tracks key metrics and presents it all in easy-to-access graphs and charts.

1 Navigate to the Metrics page. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. In the Event Checklist, click Metrics from the side nav.

2 Understand the layout. All the sections on the Metrics page have been designed with a similar layout. From top to bottom, the big components are:

User-added imageDate Range Picker - Click the range of dates at the top of the page to filter your data. 
 
User-added imageBig Numbers -  The large figures shown at the top of every page are the most essential statistics. If you have questions on what a particular number means, you can scroll over it to reveal a tooltip that gives a detailed explanation of the figure.
 
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User-added imageLine Graph - A graph that illustrates those big numbers at the top of the page over time. The grey area shows the actual days of the event. Dotted lines show when a push notification was sent. If you'd like to only see certain metrics and not others, you can toggle them on and off using the key at the bottom of the chart.
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User-added imageBar Graphs - Following the line graph are a set of bar graphs that measure metrics based on total numbers rather than how they've changed over time. By default only the top three items will be displayed, but you can click See More to display more.

 
3 Choose a section to review. The Dashboard is the first view you'll see. It gives you an overview of how many people are using your app, how many actions they've taken (anything from viewing a profile to bookmarking a session), how long they've spent doing those actions, and from what device. For more metrics on a particular area, click one of the sections on the left, summarized below.
 
User-added imageEngagement: Sessions Find out how much users are engaging with sessions. This includes viewing sessions, adding them to schedules, taking a survey or poll, sharing them, taking notes, downloading PDFs, or checking in. Bar graphs show you the most popular sessions and content. 
 
User-added imageEngagement: Speakers See how users are engaging with your speaker profiles. These metrics counts views, shares, notes taken, bookmarks, and downloads from the speaker's details page. Get a breakdown of the top-viewed and top-bookmarked speakers in the lineup.
 
User-added imageEngagement: Attendees Discover how much attendees are networking, including messaging each other, sharing contact info, scheduling appointments, posting to social feeds, viewing photos, or rating and checking in to sessions. You'll also see the top social platforms they use to share or log in.  

User-added imageEngagement: Maps Learn how many times your maps are looked at and how many location pushpins are tapped. The most tapped locations are ranked in a bar chart at the bottom.

User-added imageUsers by Device Find out if your crowd is Team Apple or Team Android, or if they prefer to access your event using a browser from a non-app compatible device. You can also get a breakdown by device model and browser type.  

User-added imageSponsor Views
Banners rotate every 3 to 15 seconds and each new rotation is an impression. Find out how many impressions your sponsors are getting, how often their banners are tapped, and how many organization profiles are getting viewed, bookmarked, or shared.

User-added imageGame - See if gamification is encouraging more attendees to use your app. View the number of achievements earned, what attendees earned them for, and how often the leaderboard was checked by clicking the Game icon.
 
 
4 Share what you find. Use the data you find to delight sponsors, shine in meetings, and ultimately make your next event even better. You can either export all the event's data as a JSON file or export individual pages as a PDF.
 
User-added imageAs a JSON file - From the metrics dashboard, click Export, then Export All Data from the dropdown menu. You will receive an email with your data included as an attachment.
 
NOTE: To learn more about this file format, check out "Reading JSON Files."
 
User-added imageAs a PDF or Print Copy - From the metrics dashboard, click Export, then Print Page from the dropdown menu. Select a destination for the print copy or click Save as PDF.
 

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Need to know how many people used your app? Put down the phone and step away from the calculator! Every event automatically tracks key metrics and presents it all in easy-to-access graphs and charts.

1 Navigate to the Metrics page. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. In the Event Checklist, click Metrics from the side nav.

2 Understand the layout. All the sections on the Metrics page have been designed with a similar layout. From top to bottom, the big components are:

User-added imageDate Range Picker - Click the range of dates at the top of the page to filter your data. 
 
User-added imageBig Numbers -  The large figures shown at the top of every page are the most essential statistics. If you have questions on what a particular number means, you can scroll over it to reveal a tooltip that gives a detailed explanation of the figure.
 
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User-added imageLine Graph - A graph that illustrates those big numbers at the top of the page over time. The grey area shows the actual days of the event. Dotted lines show when a push notification was sent. If you'd like to only see certain metrics and not others, you can toggle them on and off using the key at the bottom of the chart.
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User-added imageBar Graphs - Following the line graph are a set of bar graphs that measure metrics based on total numbers rather than how they've changed over time. By default only the top three items will be displayed, but you can click See More to display more.

 
3 Choose a section to review. The Dashboard is the first view you'll see. It gives you an overview of how many people are using your app, how many actions they've taken (anything from viewing a profile to bookmarking a session), how long they've spent doing those actions, and from what device. For more metrics on a particular area, click one of the sections on the left, summarized below.
 
User-added imageEngagement: Sessions Find out how much users are engaging with sessions. This includes viewing sessions, adding them to schedules, taking a survey or poll, sharing them, taking notes, downloading PDFs, or checking in. Bar graphs show you the most popular sessions and content. 
 
User-added imageEngagement: Speakers See how users are engaging with your speaker profiles. These metrics counts views, shares, notes taken, bookmarks, and downloads from the speaker's details page. Get a breakdown of the top-viewed and top-bookmarked speakers in the lineup.
 
User-added imageEngagement: Attendees Discover how much attendees are networking, including messaging each other, sharing contact info, scheduling appointments, posting to social feeds, viewing photos, or rating and checking in to sessions. You'll also see the top social platforms they use to share or log in.  

User-added imageEngagement: Maps Learn how many times your maps are looked at and how many location pushpins are tapped. The most tapped locations are ranked in a bar chart at the bottom.

User-added imageUsers by Device Find out if your crowd is Team Apple or Team Android, or if they prefer to access your event using a browser from a non-app compatible device. You can also get a breakdown by device model and browser type.  

User-added imageSponsor Views
Banners rotate every 3 to 15 seconds and each new rotation is an impression. Find out how many impressions your sponsors are getting, how often their banners are tapped, and how many organization profiles are getting viewed, bookmarked, or shared.

User-added imageGame - See if gamification is encouraging more attendees to use your app. View the number of achievements earned, what attendees earned them for, and how often the leaderboard was checked by clicking the Game icon.
 
 
4 Share what you find. Use the data you find to delight sponsors, shine in meetings, and ultimately make your next event even better. You can either export all the event's data as a JSON file or export individual pages as a PDF.
 
User-added imageAs a JSON file - From the metrics dashboard, click Export, then Export All Data from the dropdown menu. You will receive an email with your data included as an attachment.
 
NOTE: To learn more about this file format, check out "Reading JSON Files."
 
User-added imageAs a PDF or Print Copy - From the metrics dashboard, click Export, then Print Page from the dropdown menu. Select a destination for the print copy or click Save as PDF.
 

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Need to know how many people used your app? Put down the phone and step away from the calculator! Every event automatically tracks key metrics and presents it all in easy-to-access graphs and charts.

1 Navigate to the Metrics page. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. In the Event Checklist, click Metrics from the side nav.

2 Understand the layout. All the sections on the Metrics page have been designed with a similar layout. From top to bottom, the big components are:

User-added imageDate Range Picker - Click the range of dates at the top of the page to filter your data. 
 
User-added imageBig Numbers -  The large figures shown at the top of every page are the most essential statistics. If you have questions on what a particular number means, you can scroll over it to reveal a tooltip that gives a detailed explanation of the figure.
 
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User-added imageLine Graph - A graph that illustrates those big numbers at the top of the page over time. The grey area shows the actual days of the event. Dotted lines show when a push notification was sent. If you'd like to only see certain metrics and not others, you can toggle them on and off using the key at the bottom of the chart.
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User-added imageBar Graphs - Following the line graph are a set of bar graphs that measure metrics based on total numbers rather than how they've changed over time. By default only the top three items will be displayed, but you can click See More to display more.

 
3 Choose a section to review. The Dashboard is the first view you'll see. It gives you an overview of how many people are using your app, how many actions they've taken (anything from viewing a profile to bookmarking a session), how long they've spent doing those actions, and from what device. For more metrics on a particular area, click one of the sections on the left, summarized below.
 
User-added imageEngagement: Sessions Find out how much users are engaging with sessions. This includes viewing sessions, adding them to schedules, taking a survey or poll, sharing them, taking notes, downloading PDFs, or checking in. Bar graphs show you the most popular sessions and content. 
 
User-added imageEngagement: Speakers See how users are engaging with your speaker profiles. These metrics counts views, shares, notes taken, bookmarks, and downloads from the speaker's details page. Get a breakdown of the top-viewed and top-bookmarked speakers in the lineup.
 
User-added imageEngagement: Attendees Discover how much attendees are networking, including messaging each other, sharing contact info, scheduling appointments, posting to social feeds, viewing photos, or rating and checking in to sessions. You'll also see the top social platforms they use to share or log in.  

User-added imageEngagement: Maps Learn how many times your maps are looked at and how many location pushpins are tapped. The most tapped locations are ranked in a bar chart at the bottom.

User-added imageUsers by Device Find out if your crowd is Team Apple or Team Android, or if they prefer to access your event using a browser from a non-app compatible device. You can also get a breakdown by device model and browser type.  

User-added imageSponsor Views
Banners rotate every 3 to 15 seconds and each new rotation is an impression. Find out how many impressions your sponsors are getting, how often their banners are tapped, and how many organization profiles are getting viewed, bookmarked, or shared.

User-added imageGame - See if gamification is encouraging more attendees to use your app. View the number of achievements earned, what attendees earned them for, and how often the leaderboard was checked by clicking the Game icon.
 
 
4 Share what you find. Use the data you find to delight sponsors, shine in meetings, and ultimately make your next event even better. You can either export all the event's data as a JSON file or export individual pages as a PDF.
 
User-added imageAs a JSON file - From the metrics dashboard, click Export, then Export All Data from the dropdown menu. You will receive an email with your data included as an attachment.
 
NOTE: To learn more about this file format, check out "Reading JSON Files."
 
User-added imageAs a PDF or Print Copy - From the metrics dashboard, click Export, then Print Page from the dropdown menu. Select a destination for the print copy or click Save as PDF.
 

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Need to know how many people used your app? Put down the phone and step away from the calculator! Every event automatically tracks key metrics and presents it all in easy-to-access graphs and charts.

1 Navigate to the Metrics page. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. In the Event Checklist, click Metrics from the side nav.

2 Understand the layout. All the sections on the Metrics page have been designed with a similar layout. From top to bottom, the big components are:

User-added imageDate Range Picker - Click the range of dates at the top of the page to filter your data. 
 
User-added imageBig Numbers -  The large figures shown at the top of every page are the most essential statistics. If you have questions on what a particular number means, you can scroll over it to reveal a tooltip that gives a detailed explanation of the figure.
 
User-added image
 
User-added imageLine Graph - A graph that illustrates those big numbers at the top of the page over time. The grey area shows the actual days of the event. Dotted lines show when a push notification was sent. If you'd like to only see certain metrics and not others, you can toggle them on and off using the key at the bottom of the chart.
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User-added imageBar Graphs - Following the line graph are a set of bar graphs that measure metrics based on total numbers rather than how they've changed over time. By default only the top three items will be displayed, but you can click See More to display more.

 
3 Choose a section to review. The Dashboard is the first view you'll see. It gives you an overview of how many people are using your app, how many actions they've taken (anything from viewing a profile to bookmarking a session), how long they've spent doing those actions, and from what device. For more metrics on a particular area, click one of the sections on the left, summarized below.
 
User-added imageEngagement: Sessions Find out how much users are engaging with sessions. This includes viewing sessions, adding them to schedules, taking a survey or poll, sharing them, taking notes, downloading PDFs, or checking in. Bar graphs show you the most popular sessions and content. 
 
User-added imageEngagement: Speakers See how users are engaging with your speaker profiles. These metrics counts views, shares, notes taken, bookmarks, and downloads from the speaker's details page. Get a breakdown of the top-viewed and top-bookmarked speakers in the lineup.
 
User-added imageEngagement: Attendees Discover how much attendees are networking, including messaging each other, sharing contact info, scheduling appointments, posting to social feeds, viewing photos, or rating and checking in to sessions. You'll also see the top social platforms they use to share or log in.  

User-added imageEngagement: Maps Learn how many times your maps are looked at and how many location pushpins are tapped. The most tapped locations are ranked in a bar chart at the bottom.

User-added imageUsers by Device Find out if your crowd is Team Apple or Team Android, or if they prefer to access your event using a browser from a non-app compatible device. You can also get a breakdown by device model and browser type.  

User-added imageSponsor Views
Banners rotate every 3 to 15 seconds and each new rotation is an impression. Find out how many impressions your sponsors are getting, how often their banners are tapped, and how many organization profiles are getting viewed, bookmarked, or shared.

User-added imageGame - See if gamification is encouraging more attendees to use your app. View the number of achievements earned, what attendees earned them for, and how often the leaderboard was checked by clicking the Game icon.
 
 
4 Share what you find. Use the data you find to delight sponsors, shine in meetings, and ultimately make your next event even better. You can either export all the event's data as a JSON file or export individual pages as a PDF.
 
User-added imageAs a JSON file - From the metrics dashboard, click Export, then Export All Data from the dropdown menu. You will receive an email with your data included as an attachment.
 
NOTE: To learn more about this file format, check out "Reading JSON Files."
 
User-added imageAs a PDF or Print Copy - From the metrics dashboard, click Export, then Print Page from the dropdown menu. Select a destination for the print copy or click Save as PDF.
 

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Need to know how many people used your app? Put down the phone and step away from the calculator! Every event automatically tracks key metrics and presents it all in easy-to-access graphs and charts.

1 Navigate to the Metrics page. After you have logged in to the EventCenter, click your event's name. In the Event Checklist, click Metrics from the side nav.

2 Understand the layout. All the sections on the Metrics page have been designed with a similar layout. From top to bottom, the big components are:

User-added imageDate Range Picker - Click the range of dates at the top of the page to filter your data. 
 
User-added imageBig Numbers -  The large figures shown at the top of every page are the most essential statistics. If you have questions on what a particular number means, you can scroll over it to reveal a tooltip that gives a detailed explanation of the figure.
 
User-added image
 
User-added imageLine Graph - A graph that illustrates those big numbers at the top of the page over time. The grey area shows the actual days of the event. Dotted lines show when a push notification was sent. If you'd like to only see certain metrics and not others, you can toggle them on and off using the key at the bottom of the chart.
User-added image
 
User-added imageBar Graphs - Following the line graph are a set of bar graphs that measure metrics based on total numbers rather than how they've changed over time. By default only the top three items will be displayed, but you can click See More to display more.

 
3 Choose a section to review. The Dashboard is the first view you'll see. It gives you an overview of how many people are using your app, how many actions they've taken (anything from viewing a profile to bookmarking a session), how long they've spent doing those actions, and from what device. For more metrics on a particular area, click one of the sections on the left, summarized below.
 
User-added imageEngagement: Sessions Find out how much users are engaging with sessions. This includes viewing sessions, adding them to schedules, taking a survey or poll, sharing them, taking notes, downloading PDFs, or checking in. Bar graphs show you the most popular sessions and content. 
 
User-added imageEngagement: Speakers See how users are engaging with your speaker profiles. These metrics counts views, shares, notes taken, bookmarks, and downloads from the speaker's details page. Get a breakdown of the top-viewed and top-bookmarked speakers in the lineup.
 
User-added imageEngagement: Attendees Discover how much attendees are networking, including messaging each other, sharing contact info, scheduling appointments, posting to social feeds, viewing photos, or rating and checking in to sessions. You'll also see the top social platforms they use to share or log in.  

User-added imageEngagement: Maps Learn how many times your maps are looked at and how many location pushpins are tapped. The most tapped locations are ranked in a bar chart at the bottom.

User-added imageUsers by Device Find out if your crowd is Team Apple or Team Android, or if they prefer to access your event using a browser from a non-app compatible device. You can also get a breakdown by device model and browser type.  

User-added imageSponsor Views
Banners rotate every 3 to 15 seconds and each new rotation is an impression. Find out how many impressions your sponsors are getting, how often their banners are tapped, and how many organization profiles are getting viewed, bookmarked, or shared.

User-added imageGame - See if gamification is encouraging more attendees to use your app. View the number of achievements earned, what attendees earned them for, and how often the leaderboard was checked by clicking the Game icon.
 
 
4 Share what you find. Use the data you find to delight sponsors, shine in meetings, and ultimately make your next event even better. You can either export all the event's data as a JSON file or export individual pages as a PDF.
 
User-added imageAs a JSON file - From the metrics dashboard, click Export, then Export All Data from the dropdown menu. You will receive an email with your data included as an attachment.
 
NOTE: To learn more about this file format, check out "Reading JSON Files."
 
User-added imageAs a PDF or Print Copy - From the metrics dashboard, click Export, then Print Page from the dropdown menu. Select a destination for the print copy or click Save as PDF.
 

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