Viewing Statistcs

This topic deals with viewing statistics within the Zerista admin tool. Don’t forget to check Google Analytics for additional usage stats if you provided us with that code.

Getting your adoption rate

  1. Log in to your event
  2. Go to <myeventname>/admin/stats.
  3. Take the number of active participants and divide by the total number of people loaded into the conference.

 

Digging Deeper

From the stats page, click on View Actions

This displays different actions completed by attendees on the platform. From here you can click on an action to see the attendees that completed the action and see the when actions were executed by clicking the time period groupings.

The following is a list of actions that may display for your event.

  • LOGIN_MAPBUZZ
    The # of times attendees logged in.
  • LOGIN_FAILURE
    The # of times attendees failed to log in successfully.
  • LOGIN_AUTO
    The # of times attendees automatically logged in by click the link in the invitation or reminder emails.
  • LOGIN_REMEMBER
    The # of times an attendee automatically logged in due to the attendee using “Remember Login” on the login page.
  • USER_LOADED
    # of times a moderator loaded users.
  • CONTACT_ADD
    The #of times an attendee added a contact/followed another another attendee.
  • EVENT_ATTEND_YES
    The # of times attendees added an event to their schedule.
  • EVENT_ATTEND _NO
    The # of times attendees removed events from their schedule.
  • CHECK_IN_UPDATE
    The # of times attendees checked in to an event.
  • MEETING_CREATE
    The # of 1-on-1 meetings created by attendees.
  • MESSAGE
    The # of 1-on-1 messages sent by attendees.
  • COMMENT_CONFERENCE
    The # of comments added to the conversation page.
  • PROFILE_UPDATE
    The # of times attendees updated their profile.
  • MEETING_ATTEND_YES
    The # of times attendees accepted a 1-on-1 meeting.
  • MEEETING_ATTEND_NO
    The # of times attendees declined a 1-on-1 meeting.
  • MEETING UPDATE
    The # of times attendees updated 1-on-1 meetings.
  • USER_SET_ PASSWORD
    The # of times attendees set their password.
  • CONFERENCE_INVITE_MEMBER
    The #of times conference moderators sent invitations to members.
  • CONFERENCE_INVITE_EXHIBITOR
    The #of times conference moderators sent invitations to exhibitors
  • CONFERENCE_INVITE_SPEAKER
    The #of times conference moderators sent invitations to speakers.
  • CONFERENCE_INVITE_MODERATOR
    The #of times conference moderators sent invitations to moderators.
  • CONFERENCE_REMIND_EXHIBITOR
    The #of times conference moderators sent reminders to exhibitors.
  • CONFERENCE_REMIND_SPEAKER
    The #of times conference moderators sent reminders to speakers.
  • CONFERENCE_REMIND_MEMBER
    The #of times conference moderators sent reminders to members.