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Article Interactions: Department
Identify which articles are being viewed and if deeper engagement is occurring in the form of Like’s and Posting comments.
Article Interactions: Department
Identify which articles are being viewed and if deeper engagement is occurring in the form of Like’s and Posting comments. Understand which departments are the most active with which Articles.
See which Blog Posts are generating the most views. What topics do users prefer and which are generating the most comments.
Link Tracking: Destination URLs
Identify highly active content and successful navigational components for site layout, search attribution, and web part design planning.
Link Tracking: Link Titles
See a ranked list of links clicked on to identify highly active content and navigational components and support site layout, search attribution, and web part design decisions.
See what menu items are being clicked.
Mega Menu: Types
Understand which types of menus are being used.
Understand user engagement for the most viewed pages on the site.
Single-Level Paths, Forward
Find out where users went to after looking at a page to understand trends and behaviors.
Single-Level Paths, Reverse
Learn where users came from before looking at a page to understand trends and behaviors.
Site Name Interactions
Gain a high-level view of site collection usage across SharePoint to highlight areas of most or least use for further reporting and investigation.
Site Names: Document File Names
Identify high/low performing content, as well as redundant or missing content.
Site Names: Document File Paths
Learn about the performance of content by looking at file paths to distinguish between similarly named content across a SharePoint environment.
Site Names: Document Libraries
Identify popular document libraries and interactions on a given site collection and find under-performing document libraries.
Site Names: List Interactions
Find the most or least popular custom list items by site collection to learn about content users are uploading and interacting with. Helps identify content that could be pushed to other site collections, or that has larger organizational value.
Site Names: Newsfeed Interactions
See newsfeed interaction and use as an indicator of SharePoint adoption.
Site Names: Pages
Track page usage and interaction across site collections to identify high/low performing content or find redundant or missing content.
Site Names: User Login
Identify power users and subject matter experts for specific site collections, or inactive users, to understand adoption and collaboration across your organization.
Site Names: Web Parts
Track usage and interaction of web parts across site collections to look for content performance or find duplicate or missing content.
Site Pages: User Login
Identify usage patterns on specific pages to find power users, or users that are missing out on specific pages.
Web Part Interactions
Identify the web parts that are providing the most value to your organization to drive further usage, or candidates for re-work or removal.
Web Parts: Links by Web Parts
Track link use within deployed web parts to identify dead or popular links, and plan updates or investment of resources.
Web Parts: Views by Pages
Identify which web parts are the most active on different pages and refine or simplify pages by removing unused content.
Web Parts: Views by Site Names
Identify the most active web parts by site collection to understand usage patterns and areas in need of change or update.
Document File Paths Interactions
Identify documents that are out of date or redundant and discover usage patterns. View documents by file path, instead of the document name, to differentiate between documents with the same name on different sites.
Document File Paths: Interactions by Departments
Find out which departments are contributing to documents.
Document File Paths: Interactions by Job Titles
Discover the job titles that are most actively contributing to documents.
Document File Paths: Interactions by Login
Determine which users are most actively contributing to or using documents.
Identify which documents are actively being edited or updated, and which are not, to help find candidates for update or deletion.
Documents: Interactions by Departments
Understand which departments are the most active with which documents.
Documents: Interactions by Job Titles
Find out which job titles are the most active and with which documents.
Documents: Interactions by User Login
Learn what users are doing with documents by breaking down which users are the most active, and with which documents.
Document Libraries: Interactions by Document Name
Identify documents with the most or least interactions, by library, to find what’s most useful to your organization, or issues with site organization and documents needing updates.
Document Libraries: Interactions by User Login
Determine which users are most actively contributing to document libraries to understand use and pinpoint issues with site organization.
Discover interaction by city with session count, length and duration details.
Identify which countries are interacting with your sites to help refine site content or engagement programs.
Discover which departments are interacting with sites the most to understand trends and help plan training and other targeted activities to drive adoption.
Engagement: Job Titles
Learn which roles in your organization are interacting with your sites the most to identify overall trends.
Find out which geographic regions are using your sites the most, or least, for trend analysis and to identify opportunities to drive adoption.
Engagement: Site Names
See site activity at-a-glance with engagement by site. Learn which ones receive the most traffic and details about session count, length, and duration.
Learn about engagement trends by state to inform planning.
Engagement: User Login
See interaction levels with info on user session count, length, and duration, to identify overall trends of engagement, as well as high and low use users.
Departments: Document Interactions
Identify documentation needs or stale content and help drive adoption by understanding departmental document activity.
Departments: Document File Paths
See department-level activity by document file path to distinguish between similar documents on different sites.
Departments: Social Interactions
Discover social activity by department as an indicator of SharePoint social adoption to help inform training or adoption initiatives.
Learn which countries are viewing specific content.
This report is used to populate the SharePoint 2013 Space dashboard and shows a high-level view of usage.
User Drill Down
Quickly identify site usage at various organizational levels broken down by user attributes: department, job title, name, or user login.
On-Site Search Phrases
Learn the most popular search phrases used on your sites to help refine search configuration and metadata attribution to drive more successful search activity.
On-Site Search Phrases: Clickthroughs
Discover the most popular search phrases and the content that was clicked on, or find content that was difficult to find organically.
On-Site Search Phrases: Site Names
Find the most popular search phrases used on your sites by site collection to drive more successful search activity for specific site collections.
On-Site Search Phrases: User Login
See popular search phrases used on your sites by user login to identify who is using the search features most often.
Search Experience: Activity
Understand which search phrases are searched for together. Shows the original search term and all search phrases entered during the same search session.
Search Experience: Interactions
Gain insight into how users interact with search, and understand if users often have to refine searches or search through multiple pages to find the desired result.
Search Experience: Result Clicks by Original Phrase
Learn the items users are clicking from the search results list and the original search phrase entered. Also determine the average number of searches it takes before a result is clicked and the action taken (e.g. Open, Send Email, Follow, View Library).
Search Experience: Session Analysis
This report shows percentage of Visits that included a search and those that did not. Use to see if search activity has increased lately indicating visitors may be having trouble locating certain content.
Search Experience: Summary
Determine the number of searches performed and how often a result was clicked, as well as the average number of searches performed before a result is clicked.
Learn the screen resolutions used to plan design and user experience.
Identify the browser type and versions used to understand popular or less-used technology.
Learn the most and least used mobile devices to help with user design and layout, understand change effectiveness, or determine the need to create sites for specific device types.
Identify potential issues with particular mobile browsers, which browsers are preferred by users, or decide on support needs for older browsers.
Dig into the most or least popular OSs for planning support needs.