Part of the section Dashboard is a powerful analytics tool, which collects your event data in real time and helps you evaluate your event from different aspects.
Based on your subscription, you can have different levels of analytics:
In the tab Dashboard → Analytics, you see the basic statistics of your event. You can observe:
- App Users - Number of attendees using the Eventee app
- Posts - Number of Newsfeed posts sent by you or by other admins/moderators
- Impression - % of attendees who saw your posts
- Operating System - Users using Android/iOS systems
- Networking Users - Number of users turning on networking feature
- Networking Connection - Number of matches among the users
- Average Rating - The diameter from all ratings
- Percentage of Rating Users - Users that rated at least one lecture
- Ratings per User - Number of ratings per user
- Ratings over time - A chart showing number of ratings over time
- New users over time - A chart showing number of new users over time
You can, for example, evaluate, when your attendees use the app the most, when they are giving feedback, which operating system they use, etc.
In the tab Dashboard → Session insights, you see the basic statistics of each of your sessions.
- Time - Session date and starting time
- Session name
- Attendance - Percentage of people out of all event attendees who joined the session
- Engagement - Percentage of people out of all event attendees who engaged in any way within the session
- Average rating - Average session rating and number of session ratings
Advanced Analytics is Basic Analytics with additional features that allow you to dive deeper into your event data. Eventee plans with Advanced Analytics also allow Google Analytics integration. Here is how you set the Google Analytics integration to start tracking your event landing page and web app.
If your event is virtual or hybrid, another section, called Viewers retention, will appear right beneath. Here you can see how many people watched your session stream or video and the average time they spent on it. You can also observe viewers over time (during the session, in a day, or in a week).
Right next to Session insights, find Partner insights. Once you create your partners, their company logo and name will appear in this section. Here you can see how many attendees viewed each of the partners' profiles.
In the tab Dashboard → Networking, you can see how many attendees have turned on the networking feature, the number of connections they made, and the number of messages they have sent to one another. You can also observe the usage of the networking feature over time. 🧐
Professional Analytics is Advanced Analytics with an additional feature that allows you to analyze each session attendee individually.
- Attendee - Name and email
- Rating - Rating and comments
- Watched - Time spent watching your stream or video
- Engagement - Engagement actions the attendee too