Open settings 

At first open the "Analytics" in the event-related area of the CMS. You will find this under "Additional views".

Then select the "Agenda" tile on this overview page.

Select agenda item 

Now first select your desired event day and then an agenda item. 

Set period

Now you will get to the overview of all analytics. 

First select the relevant time period here. For example, your event days or the time between the publication of the app and the event. 

To do this, click on the date in the upper right corner to open the calendar. 

Evaluation of the data 

After the period has been selected, the chart updates and other tiles with important information. 

The following information can be retrieved:

1. Total views 

This diagram shows the selected days and the corresponding hits. 

With the help of your mouse, you can call up the exact number of hits for the day. Simply move your mouse over the graph. 

At the top left edge you will find the total number of hits on the agenda item. If a user clicks on this agenda item several times, these views will be counted several times. 

2. Views of different users 

This tile shows how many users have accessed the agenda item. 

A user can click on an agenda item several times. Then the number of hits increases (see 1.), but not the number of the views of different users. 

3. Average time spent per user 
This shows how long users stay on this view on average. 

4. Linked Features 

Various features can be linked to an agenda item, e.g. a survey that the user can fill out right away. The evaluations for this can be found in this section of the evaluation. 

It shows which surveys are attached and how many people participated. 

Under the section "Wall of Ideas" you will find your linked Session Chats and linked Wall of Ideas. 

Next to it, the number of comments is displayed. 

On this view you can see how many people have taken part in your quiz.

5. Questions ask by Users  

Here you can see how many participants used the Q&A function at the Agendadetail and how many questions were received. 

In our example, this is 250 questions from 161 users. 

6. My planner entries 

With the help of the My Planner function, participants can compile particularly relevant agenda items in their personal agenda. 

Here you can see how many participants have used this option. 

7. Documents  

This shows how many PDF documents have been linked and how many unique user calls have been recorded. 


If you are logged into the CMS and the web app in the same browser at the same time, your clicks on the documents will not be tracked. This prevents the clicks from the CMS from being counted. 

If you use two different browsers (e.g. Chrome & Firefox) the clicks will be counted. 

8. Average star rating 

If you have given users the opportunity to rate the agenda item, the average rating on a scale of 1 to 5 stars will be displayed here. 

Below this you will find the number of participantions. 

9. Session messages from users 

In addition to the evaluation of the Wall of Ideas (see 4.) you will find here the number of session messages and the number of users. 

In this example, 6 session messages were written by 5 users. 

In this article we explain the exact difference between the Wall of Ideas and the Session Chat. 

10. Users who created a note  

See how many users have used the notes function. 

11. Excel Download 

Download the user-specific data of all evaluations as an Excel list.