Analysis - Event Analysis
Event analysis lets you drill deeper into your events and event properties to understand user behaviour.
On the right of the Event analysis page, you can view the total number of users and sessions in the selected time period. You can toggle between viewing the event level metrics for All Users, New Installs, Uninstalls or Returning Users and even apply a User Journey wise filter on the users.
Quickly understand the top events performed by your users in a particular time frame using the ‘Top Events’ filter widget. Use the ‘Day Filter’ widget to look at the top events for users on any particular day journey.
Example: Look at the top events for all of your Day 7 users.
Distribution by Property
Use the Distribution by property filter to filter events by User properties (Properties that stay constant throughout a user’s journey. Example: The user's name) and Session properties (Properties that might change with every session a user does. Example: The type of internet used).
The Pie chart view quickly helps you understand the distribution of your user properties and session properties. You can choose to view event details only for users having particular user and session properties.
After you have understood the distribution of your properties, select the properties you would like to drill deeper into and see how many users with the said property have done a particular event.
Example: You can see the events distribution for Hindustani users who are aged 19 and have selected their Shruti as C#3. And also who are on Jio network in New Delhi and are currently using the 3.2.2 app version.
Now, for any event you select under the events tab, you will get to know the number of times the event was performed, the number of users who performed the event and the no. of sessions in which the event was performed.
To do further analysis and understand the event attributes distribution for the selected event, click on the info tab and choose the event attributes to view the distribution in a pie chart format.
Using the Sessions, Users or Event toggle, take a look at the distributions across all the parameters.
When you select the Sessions toggle, you will get the number of sessions in which headphones were connected or milestones were achieved among the users who did the finish practice event.
When you select the Users toggle, you will get the number of users who had their headphones connected or reached milestone while they were doing the finish practice event.
When you select the Event toggle, you will get the number of times the headphones were connected or milestone was reached while users were doing finish practice event.