Service Analytics

Updated 2 months ago by Brandon Livingood

1. Service Information

Displays Service Information such as date, time and title.  A user can toggle between services utilizing the arrows.

2. Graph

Unique Viewers - The amount of unique web browsers that have at least loaded the page for this Service.

Peak Concurrent - The highest amount of concurrent attenders during this Service.

Graph - Shows how many people were represented within the service at any specific time. Ex: there were around 15 people within the above service at the 30 minute mark.

3. Service Data

Total Time Attended - The sum of all attenders’ time spent on your site during this Service.

Average Time Attended - The average of all attenders’ time spent on your site during this Service.

Hosts - The amount of hosts who were at the Service for longer than 1 minute.

Public Chat Messengers - The amount of unique attenders and hosts who posted at least one message in the Public chat feed.

Public Chat Messages - The total amount of chat messages posted in the Public chat feed during this Service.

3-second Attenders - The amount of unique attenders who were present for at least 3 seconds during this Service.

10-second Attenders - The amount of unique attenders who were present for at least 10 seconds during this Service.

30-second Attenders - The amount of unique attenders who were present for at least 30 seconds during this Service.

Salvations - The total number of times the Salvation Moment was interacted with during this Service. Attenders cannot tap the button more than once per time the Moment is posted.

Live Prayers - The amount of live prayer sessions involving a guest and a host.

4. Moments Engagement data

Table - Displays the Moment Type, the Content of the Moment, the time in the Service when it was posted, the amount of Impressions, and the amount of Interactions.

Impressions - The amount of web browsers present in the Service at the time the Moment was posted.

Interactions - The amount of times the Moment's button was clicked (e.g. "Give" for the Give Moment and "Raise Hand" for the Salvation Moment).


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