The Stats page is a tab in admin that accumulates data over a set period of time from the event app and website. Data is separated into 9 categories (see image, above) and can change depending on an app's features and date range, which can be set and adjusted from the "Settings" sub menu. The date range is the period of time in which data is collected on Stats. Typically, launch date is the start of the date range and the post-event review date is the end.
1 - Attendees: provides data on attendee invitations, log ins, and level of user activity on the site. See who's popular by viewing "Top Attendees by Page Views."
2 - Actions: shows which features are most popular and who uses them. The charts, here, reflect data based on attendee membership type and the totals of all actions—such as sent messages, profile updates, and requested meetings—over time.
3 - Exhibitors: provides data on total exhibitor actions, log ins, collateral uploads, leads, etc.. See which companies are popular by viewing "Top Exhibitors by # of Leads" or "Top Exhibitors by Page Views."
4 - Agenda: provides data on popularity of sessions and speakers based on page views and "adds" (i.e., to their schedules/contact lists) by attendees.
5 - Posters: shows the total number of posters as well as the top posters by attendee "adds" and page views. Note: If posters were not set up, data will show up blank.
6 - Posts: provides data about posts from an app's chatter section, including total number of posts as well as likes, comments, photos, and external shares.
7 - Gamification: gaming stats provided include the number of participants, leaderboard stats, and top achievements unlocked at the event.
8 - Collateral: shows "Top Collateral by Page Views."
9 - Page Content: shows which custom content pages were the viewed the most at the event.
? - Recommendations: if enabled, provides data on exhibitor meeting recommendations, including total recommendations, confirmations, rejections, and matches.
**Note: The stats page is not updated in real time. Expect a 1 hour delay.