Our guest expert Craig Sullivan, industry-recognised specialist in Optimisation, Analytics, and UX will show you how to get the most out of A/B testing through the integration of analytics and unlock the secrets to optimising your mobile UX.
He’ll also demonstrate ways to improve the tracking of all the events in your user journey with analytics as well as reducing the damage from failures and errors.
In this webinar you’ll discover:
For the last few months, Explorer users have been able to configure and save analyses as "views". This is a major time saver for those who regularly need to carry out repetitive actions: adding filters, modifying sorts, cross-references, etc.
These views can now be shared with other users: sharing applies when you activate the "Everyone can access this view" option when saving a view. Once you have done this, the view will be available to all users in the organisation.
To ensure the best readability, views are now listed in two sub-categories: "My views", and "Shared views".
Data Query 3's export capabilities are evolving, you can now download the top 10,000 of a query, in csv.
New features are planned to allow you to retrieve larger volumes, stay tuned.
New pagination system
In order to improve the performance of Data Query 3, we have redesigned the pagination system, which now allows you to move from page to page without listing them all.
We took advantage of this to give you the possibility to display the total number of rows in a query very simply.
In order to be even more flexible when creating your dashboards, 4 highly requested features are now available:
You can now edit the standard data sets proposed in the model library. To do this, start with a model, then save it under another name and finally customise it as you like. This also applies to analyses imported from Explorer.
New relative analysis periods are now available in the calendar: "Last month", "Current quarter", "Last quarter", "Current year", "Last year".
Furthermore, the year on year comparison period will be applied by default if selected and saved as part of your default analysis scope.
You can now create datasets with custom metrics that have a global scope.
Finally, the changes in comparison periods indicated in our previous communication are now effective.
Feel free to send us your comments on these new features from the "feedback" button of the solution. And don't forget that you can also vote for the next features of the Analytics Suite on the Idea Portal!
When displaying real-time data in a dashboard, the comparison periods are not the same if they are defined at dashboard level or in a "fixed box".
For consistency between these two settings as well as with the rest of the Analytics Suite, we will change this behaviour.
Beginning on 10/03/2020 when the dashboard or a fixed box is set for a "real time" period, the reference period will be the same day of the previous week.
For example, the reference period will be the same day of the previous week:
We've just added line charts for extra clarity to help you identify the source of unusual traffic variations!
Check out this new feature in two clicks: Activate AXON Anomaly Detection by clicking on the lightbulb graph selector, and click on any anomaly of your choice in daily graph granularity.
Additional information on AXON Contribution features can be found here.