Organizers have the opportunity to track the event's performance and its success with the help of analytics provided by our platform.

You can find the statistics for different sections of your event, for example, for sessions, attendees, virtual expos, etc.

Sessions

You can download all reports and questions for the session in CSV or XLSX file formats. To do that you need to go to your organizer account and open the Sessions tab. Then you need to press on three columns at the upper right corner. After that, you need to choose which information you want to download.

Attendees

If you need to get the statistics about the number of attendees and their status, you need to go to the Attendees tab and click on the three dots in the upper right corner.
Then you will be able to export the needed data in CSV or XLSX file format.

Analytics room

There is also a possibility to find the statistics for the number of people who attend a particular stage or booth.
To get this information please switch to the Attendee App and click on the stage or booth you need to analyze. There you need to click on the analytics room ( three columns in the upper right corner) and you will see the statistics.

Please note that this is not real-time analytics, so the information about every viewer becomes available 12 hours after an attendee entered the stage/booth/room.

Analytics room is available on the stage, virtual booth, or in the virtual room. You can sort the information by the report type (viewers list or viewers count). Moreover, you can select the period to check the specific statistics. For example, you can choose a particular day of the event or even a certain session.

Sponsor Ads

The information about sponsor ads can be downloaded in the Sponsor Ads tab in the organizer's account.

Just click on three dots in the upper right corner as it is shown on the screenshot.

For sponsor ads you can find the following statistics:

  • T.V. - shows the total views count

  • U.V. - shows unique views count

  • Clicks - displays how many clicks were made

  • E.R. - engagement rate (reveals the percentage of clicks from the views count)

If you have any additional questions, feel free to contact us at [email protected] or via online chat on the website.

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