The user activity report's great for gauging how your members are engaging with the channel. We'll break down each part of the dashboard in this guide.
- Member Engagement
- Top Companies by Activity
- Subscribers by Company
- Member Retention
This shows the number of active members over the last 28 and 7 days, so you can see how many members are logging in on a weekly and monthly basis.
This tile represents the number of platform invites sent over the selected time range.
This dash shows the number of active members compared to the number of subscribed members. A higher number means a high level of engagement by. A lower number means people who subscribed initially haven't logged in for at least a month. If you notice discrepancies over time, it's a good indicator to dig in.
Here's a chart of the number of active members over time. Regular dips in the daily count usually indicate weekends, which are smoothed out when viewed over weekly and monthly periods.
This bar chart collects the number of new members over time. A new property or channel may have an initial bump due to launch activities, followed by dips and peaks depending on the weekday or holidays.
The Member Engagement tiles represent the average time a Member spends on the platform along with a visualization of how Member engagement time changes by the day.
Track the difference between your total subscribed members and archived members over time.
Activity by day of week
The average daily Active Members count by day of the week. Weekends have a lower count, like you'd expect.
Top Companies by Activity
View which Companies have the largest amount of Active Members over the past 7 and 28 days.
Subscribers by Company
This chart demonstrates which companies have the largest amount of Subscribed Users, as well as their Admin and Member totals.
This graph represents the percentage of Members created in the last 30 days who have been active in the past 7. Are your Members being added to the platform and maintaining their use?