Understanding Happeo Admin Analytics
The advanced analytics can be found in the admin panel under "Analytics". Depending on the package you have, you may not see the Advanced Analytics features but only Google Analytics integration and top contributors and top influencers lists.
The analytics data is calculated every night. This means that you will be able to see yesterdays data today. I repeat, you will not see todays data today :)
On the top of all analytics pages, you can find filters. These filters are date range, organisation, and interval. You can also Export CSV, which will give you the possibility to dig deeper into the data and make your own graphs, for example, with Google Sheets.
You can toggle easily between different date ranges or select a custom date range. This will change the data calculated in the graphs.
With the organisation filter you can select which trusted organisation you want to view. This is handy if you have, as an example, an extranet and want to see how well the extranet is being used vs intranet.
The Advanced Analytics consist of 4 sections of which all are explained below. Please note that there are also some special data types and lists, you can find these under the section presentation.
Overview gives you an overview (duh) of what has been happening in your Happeo. You can find the most important heartbeat numbers on top, a graph of active users and graph of post engagement.
Users section shows you an overview of users (duh again). You can see some of the same data as in Overview section. As you scroll down, you will see also User statistics, which helps you see directly what actions users have been doing. You can also dig deeper into user stats with our awesome search. You can, for example, search by location and see how people in the Amsterdam office are using your Happeo.
Here you get an overview of how Channels are being used. You can see Channel views, Channels created, Post statistics (same as in overview) and Channel statistics.
In here you get an overview of total page views and pages created. You can also see page statistics, which shows you the views and unique views for all pages. With the filter you can also, for example, type in a page group name to see statistics for a specific page group.