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ℹ️ Overview

Post-event analytics is arguably one of the most important parts of the entire event. Analytics gives the organizer feedback on how successful the event was. Understanding the participant through behavior and preferences will help the organizer to create even more compelling events in the future.

💡 Use cases

By analyzing your event, you get an overview about →

  • which sessions involved the audience more, which less;

  • user behaviour;

  • user preferences;

  • what features your target audience is interested in and more.

📈 “How is your event performing?”

When entering the admin view, there is a “PARTICIPATION” module in the top menu, under which you can find real-time analytics about the event.

Event performance of e-Governance Conference 2022 (example)

  • Total number of check-ins: the total number of entries to the event.

  • Attendee currently online: the number of participants currently online at the event.

  • Attendee online in the past 30 minutes: the number of people who have been to the event in the last 30 minutes.

  • Sessions per attendee on average: the average number of times a user has used the platform.

  • Average session duration: average time spent in the platform.

  • Accumulated time in the event: the total time spent at the event by all participants.

  • Breakdown diagram for participants' countries of origin: indicates to the percentage of participants from a given country. Next is a list of all countries and the total number of check-ins under that country.Worksup pakub sündmuse analüüsiks järgnevaid valikuid:

Worksup offers the following options for event analysis:

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