Audience overview provides visualizations of site traffic data to your community. Data about visits, unique visitors, pages per visit, IP address visits, total visits from members, browser distribution, operating system distribution, and content type distribution are included. You can select the date range and space to view data from.
Top content analytics provides a list of top viewed, commented, liked, and rated content in your intranet.
Content statistics provides a visualization of content analytics data in your intranet. You can see how many views, comments, likes, and ratings content has received over time.
Content Type Distribution
Content type distribution analytics provides a visualization of the number of publications of all the content types (articles, blogs, etc.) for the specified date period.
The membership report provides information about the roles every member in your community has in the top level community and all the spaces they are a part of.
Search analytics provides an overview of the keywords and tags people search for and the click-through rate.
Recognition analytics provide visualizations for recognition data. You can see an overview of recognition, drill down into the data by demographic, and download a CSV file of user recognition data.
Hello, I am looking for a little clarification in regards to Analytics. Would it be possible to see which specific users access each page on out Intranet in a graphical layout on the Analytics page? Or a way to maybe produce a report on which users access those pages? Also, can you explain what the pages per visit means, is it simply the amount of pages a user accesses on an average session?
To see which users access which pages, I would suggest using Google Analytics.
Pages per visit is page visits divided by visits - the average amount of pages visits per user visit in the specified date range.
OK, I have set up Analytics, it still doesn't seem to be pulling user data though, I can see the real time a user is on a particular space page, but i don't see anywhere to identify that user. Is there anything else i need to configure apart from adding the Google analytics script to the header and footer section in Control panel?
You won't be able to identify users with Google Analytics or our Analytics.
If you're looking for who viewed a specific piece of content (an article, wiki, blog, etc.), try clicking on the view icon at the top of the content page. It should pull up a report on views.
Yes i see the availability there, our management team wanted to have a report or graphical representation on the analytics page hoping to see if specific users are accessing any given space after new content is pushed out, kind of making sure they actually are engaging with content, without using the required reading option. I was under the impression it was possible with analytics as you can select each user and see where they have been under the people section/user activity. Having an overview of this would have been useful. Are there any plans for a possible implantation of that? Just need some information to take back to management.
In our Q3/Q4 release we will have a tool for custom queries, that's the best we can offer. You'd then need help coming up with just the right query for your needs. This would then download as a CSV.
That could be good, may well revisit nearer that time. Do you have an ETA for the next release out of interest? Thanks for the assistance also
We expect Q3/Q4.
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