In this article, we are going to learn about how to use Advanced Insights for your event, commonly used definitions and how to extract data. The Advanced Insights are useful when looking for high-level baseline performance statistics and insights for your event.
Here's what we'll cover in this article:
- Understanding the Advanced Insights and how it is organized
- Define Commonly used terms
- How to Extract Data
- Frequently asked questions
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Understanding Advanced Insights
Advanced Insights shows you the attendance and activity of your event and how it relates to sessions, meetings, and exhibitors. This includes interactive statics and graphs to allow the data to be personalize for each event. The data presented has been analyzed and tested to ensure accuracy. The metrics has been organized and structured based on the Grip database. Deleted information is not included in the data presented. This means that if an even organizer deletes a session, meeting or exhibitor, that data will not appear in the data displayed.
The insights shown are not in real-time. Refresh the page for updated insights.
Metric Specific Information
Each metric displayed will have an information button to help further explain what the metric means.
To see the additional information, click the grey "i". To hide the additional information, click outside of the grey "i".
The Advanced Insights Sections:
The Advanced Insights are separated into three sections:
1. Meetings: This section displays information related to meetings held within the Grip platform. Included in this section is Meeting Demographics
This section will contain information like the number of meetings, percentages on meeting arrivals, and what type of attendees received the most meeting invites.
2. Sessions: This section displays information related to sessions held within the Grip platform. Included in this section is Session Engagement.
This section will contain information like session attendance, how attendees interacted with the sessions and when attendees added sessions to their schedule.
3. Exhibitors: This section displays information related to Exhibitor actions that occur within the Grip platform. Included in this section is Company Leads Beta.
This section will contain information like the number of leads generated for a Team, where the leads were generated and the performance of meetings.
Commonly Used Terms
Below is a list of terms that you will come across while using the insights on the dashboard.
Event - The platform in which all Attendees, Exhibitors, Meetings, and Sessions take place.
Participant - The end-user of the Grip Platform. They login into Grip and interact with other attendees. They have the ability to go to sessions, attend meetings, and chat on the platform. In the event, these can be Speakers, Exhibitor Representatives, Sponsor Representatives, Users, Visitors, and many other names. These are not exhibitors or items.
Attendee - A Participant that joined, viewed, or added a Session to their schedule.
Exhibitor - A company that is attending the event to promote its products or services. Exhibitors can have relationships with items and representatives within the event to interact with attendees. An exhibitor can not directly interact with a participant.
Items - A product that is displayed at the event. Items can have relationships with exhibitors and representatives within the event to interact with attendees. An item can not directly interact with a participant.
Representative - A participant that is attending the event to promote an exhibitor or item. Representatives can have relationships with exhibitors or items and interact with participants.
Relationship - An internal linking within the platform between representatives, exhibitors, or items. This is generated when representatives, items and exhibitors are added to the event. This allows representatives to access exhibitor or item profiles.
Connection - An internal linking within the platform that is generated when participants interact in the platform. These are generated when attendees show interest or attend a meeting.
Meeting - When two or more participants meet within the event. There are many different meeting types and some can be arranged by the event or event organizer.
Meeting Type - Multiple different forms of the meeting can take place within the Grip platform. Depending on the event type, not all meeting types are available. The additional meeting types are defined in General Meeting Insights.
Session - A pre-recorded or live video. These are pre-scheduled presentations within the event. Typically there is a session speaker leading the event that the attendees can hear and see. The attendees can not hear or see each other and the session speaker can not hear or see the attendees.
Schedule - Each participant will have a calendar within the event that will organize their availability. The Schedule consists of unavailable time, meetings, and sessions.
Virtual - Interactions that occur only online through the event.
In-person - interactions that occur offline through the event.
Metric - Data about the event is displayed through one of the Insights pages.
How to Extract Data
1. Find the metric you wish to extract data from.
2. Hover your mouse over the upper right-hand corner of the metric. A download symbol should appear.
3. Click on the download symbol. Three options should appear.
1. Download CSV: This will download a .csv file that will contain the information presented in the metric. This will not contain the raw data used to generate the metric.
2. Download XLSX: This will download a .xlsx file that will contain the information presented in the metric. This will not contain the raw data used to generate the metric.
3. Save as PNG: This will download a .png image file identical to the metric displayed.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is deleted information displayed in the metric?
- No, we do not currently show sessions, meetings, exhibitors, or attendee data that have been deleted from the front end.
Can I take screenshots of the data?
- Yes, screenshots of the data are allowed. An alternative option is to download the data. See How to extract data.
I need additional information regarding a specific metric, how can I find this?