Site admins can view and download sitewide analytics in the admin dashboard. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Get analytics per page or request additional analytics from the JUNO team.

(lightbulb) Who has access?

Only site admins can access sitewide analytics.

Got to the site admin dashboard

To go to the site admin dashboard, add /editsite/admin/analytics to the end of your site URL. For example, if your site is junolive.com, go to junolive.com/editsite/admin/analytics.

To learn about other tools in the dashboard, see Use the site admin dashboard.

Real-time analytics

The Happening Now section takes a snapshot of current activity on your site. The clock shows when the last snapshot was taken, in UTC time. To see what’s happening now, select the refresh button next to the clock.

A list of data is titled Happening Now. To the right, the clock displays a time and the refresh button is being selected.

Select any of the data categories to open a pop-up with more details. Selecting a page link in any of these popups will send you to that content page. Categories include:

  • Active users
    Displays the total number of active users. Also displays demographic data. You can choose which type of data is displayed. See your configuration options.

  • Live session attendance
    Displays the total number of currently live sessions. Also lists the attendance for every live session individually. In-person, past, and upcoming sessions are not counted. Session recordings that have been archived as on-demand content are not counted.

  • Session attendance
    Displays the total number of people currently viewing live sessions. Also lists the attendance for every live session individually. In-person, past, and upcoming sessions are not counted. Session recordings that have been archived as on-demand content are not counted.

  • Library pages: Active Viewers
    Displays the total number of people currently viewing on-demand content pages. Also lists the number of viewers for every on-demand page individually. You can remove this tile if you don’t need it. See your configuration options.

  • Exhibitor pages: Active Viewers
    Displays the total number of people currently viewing exhibitor pages. Also lists the number of viewers for every exhibitor page individually.

You can configure the real-time analytics dashboard! See your options.

Analytics by date range

In the Date Range section, you can view and download analytics for a specific date range. Select one of the preset ranges or enter custom dates.

Data under the Happening Now and Top Members sections are not affected by these date ranges.

To change the date range:

  1. Select the Date Range text box.

  2. Select the starting date and ending date.

  3. Select Apply.

After selecting a date range, the Statistics section shows data about views, downloads, and clicks throughout the site. And the Content Information section graphs the most popular content on the site.

Top members

This section shows the profile pictures and names of the top five members.

Download analytics reports

After selecting a date range, scroll to the bottom of the page and select a report to download.

What is included in reports?

All reports include user ID information and a time stamp.

Unique users

Reports user ID information of every user on the site, even if they have not logged in. This includes first and last name, email, company, tags, and other contact information. If you would like a report of only users who logged into the site, send a request to your JUNO team representative.

Activity log

Users can take different types of actions on each page. The activity log reports each action with user ID information.

For session pages

For other pages

  • Attend: When a session is added to a user's schedule.

  • Joined: When a user joins a live session.

  • Left: When a user leaves a live session.

  • Questions and answers posted in Q&A.

  • Clicks on speakers from within a session.

  • Clicks on exhibitors or sponsors from within a session.

  • Progress: Percentage of the session that a user watched.

  • Comments in the chat window.

  • Viewed: When a user views a piece of content.

  • Poll questions and answers.

  • Resources downloaded.

  • Favorited content.

  • Clicks on the Talk Now button (in exhibitor suites).

Clicks log

Reports all clicks on links to external sites and content.

Poll responses

Reports poll questions and answers. This includes multiple question types like fill in the blank, rating, and multiple choice.

Downloads log

Reports resources that were downloaded.

Comments log

For session pages

For exhibitor and on-demand pages

Reports comments in the chat window during a session.

Reports comment threads and responses, if comments are enabled.