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How do I use the analytics and data dashboard?

Last updated: 25 August 2016

Accessing Your Data
You can do this at any time (live, or after your event) provided you’ve started presenting. To access your data, simply select the presentation in question in your account, then click ‘Analytics’ from your presenter dashboard.

Viewing Your Data
In a separate window, you’ll then be able to view a summary of your presentation data. The circle icons will give you a good summary of your total activity, showing you the total number of attendees, downloads, questions, slide likes and polls you’ve had.

By clicking onto each of the circle icons, you’ll be able to drill down still further to see exactly how each of your delegates interacted with your presentation on an individual level.

If you had the email capture feature switched on, you’ll be able to identify each of your delegates by their email addresses. If you switched this off, you’ll still be able to see all of your data – it’ll just be identified by a random device number instead of an email address.

Using Your Data
You can contact your delegates directly from your Glisser account, simply by clicking the ‘Respond’ button next to each individual.

Alternatively, you can simply download all your data straight into CSV file format, ready to be analysed or uploaded into your CRM system.

The data you collect should hopefully be a really valuable source of information for you and your team. As inspiration, here are just a few of the ways Glisser users are getting value out of their data:

  • To attain the ROI of their events
  • Creating incredibly tailored follow-ups for attendees
  • Using Glisser to collect feedback, by embedding post event feedback surveys directly into Glisser. Eliminating the need for paper forms and having to chase people up afterwards.
  • Providing sales and client relationship teams with detailed information about what existing and prospective clients think about key issues
  • Providing content and marketing teams with detailed information about what topics are of most interest to your audience
  • To collect impartial feedback on individual speaker presentations, and compare and contrast between presentations and events
  • To build up a picture of what content is most popular, and which parts of their presentations need refining.

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