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Content Statistics for Community Builder

December 8th, 2013

Content Statistics for Community BuilderCommunity Builder Statistics with any TIMEFRAME. Go beyond the simple “number of hits” feature and add a time variable to your reports and lists. You can make statistics on anything on your Community Builder site. Top viewed user profiles, most popular user lists…
Complete user activity log streams for admins to know everything: WHO did WHAT and WHEN on Community Builder

Track registrations, user login and logout and more.

Make rankings of:

-Top viewed user profiles
-Top viewed users lists

Combine the list above with any of the possible filters:

-Current group users
-Current group (and its children groups) users
-Specific group users
-Specific group (and its children groups) users
-All users/lists (equivalent to no filter)

Additionally, optionaly filter by user options:

-Current vieweing user (actions done only by that user)
-Specific user (actions done only by that user)

And, of course, combine the two lists above selecting your desired timeframe, in the “relative time” mode:

-Last hour
-Last 6 hours
-Last 12 hours
-Last day
-Last 3 days
-Last 5 days
-Last week
-Last 2 weeks
-Last month
-Last 6 months
-Last year
-All time

Or in the “absolute time” mode:

-Today
-Yesterday
-This week
-Last week
-This month
-Last month
-This year
-Last year

Show evolution of:

-User profile views
-Users list views
-User registrations
-User logins
-User logouts

Combine the list above with any of the possible filters:

-Current user profile/userslist being shown
-Current group to which current userprofile belongs
-Specific user profile
-Specific group
-All user profile/userslist (equivalent to no filter)

Additionally, optionaly filter by user options:

-Current vieweing user (actions done only by that user)
-Specific user (actions done only by that user)

And, of course, combine the two lists above selecting your desired timeframe, to complete the chart’s x-axis to show the items evolution:

-Last X days (define the number of days you want to consider)
-Last X months (define the number of months you want to consider)