Teams Release Notes

05-31-2023 Release Notes, Analytics Phase 1

Next generation of Ingage Analytics

Phase 1,  Release 5/31/2023

This is the second release of Ingage’s next generation analytics. This release adds Alpha access to Sessions Detail, Content Detail, and Compare Users. These views and reports should show correct data for the selected date ranges and other filtering criteria are applied.


Issues Fixed in this Release


  • The breadcrumbs at the top of the Teams interface redirect to the legacy dashboard. Use the browser back button to navigate back to a previous report or view.

Session Detail Alpha

Session Detail is a 2nd level view for Sessions. This view shows the presentations, pages viewed, button clicks and other activity during a session. Each row in the table is an action performed by a presenter with a thumbnail and the name of the content shown. The type of action, timestamp in the report viewer’s time zone, and the duration of the action are also shown.

Metrics at the top of the view show the total duration, the total number of page views, and the total number of buttons clicked during the session.


Note: The Session Detail view is still in Alpha, you may experience data and display inconsistencies when viewing.

Content Detail Alpha

The Content Detail is a 2nd level view for Presentations. The table displays views and average duration for pages in a presentation. Each row in the table displays a page thumbnail, page & section name, total number of views, and the average time per view.

 

Note: The Content Detail view is still in Alpha, you may experience data and display inconsistencies when viewing.

 

Filters allow you to narrow the results by choosing a date range, one or more teams, users or tags. The default filter values are this month, all teams, all users, and all tags.

 

Compare Users Alpha

Compare Users provides a quick way to look at views, and duration, for several users across one or more presentations. Up to 20 presentations are shown per page, with page navigation controls to move between pages. Each row in the table is a presentation, displaying a thumbnail, name, and team. The total number of views, and the total time the presentation is shown for each of the selected users. Bar lengths associated with views and duration are relative to the other selected users. Bar colors help visually identify each user when comparing multiple presentations, each use

 

Filters allow you to narrow the results by choosing a date range, one or more presentations or users.

 

Note: Compare Users is still in Alpha, you may experience data and display inconsistencies when viewing.