This article is an overview of the analytics available to you within the Admin Analytics.
Ad blockers and Bevy analytics
Some ad blockers will prevent analytics pages in the Bevy dashboard from loading properly. These ad blockers (including uBlock Origin) will not load URLs that contain the path
/api/analytics, which is used in the background within Bevy analytics dashboards.
If your ad blocker allows customization, you can allow this path for the domain of your Bevy site. If your ad blocker does not allow customization, you can temporarily disable it for your Bevy site to view analytics.
As an administrator, you have access to the Admin Analytics dashboards that allows you to view global analytics across all chapters in addition to local chapter level data. These dashboards will provide you insights on the performance and growth of your community.
The different dashboards in Admin Analytics focus on different areas of your community, including:
View the Admin Analytics
- In the Admin Dashboard, select Analytics in the left-hand sidebar menu.
- Select the Analytics tab you want to view. For each section, you can:
- Filter by different parameters to adjust your view of the data.
- Download the data as a CSV file
- Schedule email delivery of dashboard PDF to your inbox
The Events section displays community data for events including:
- Overview on the number of events
- Attendance numbers and stats
- Geographic distribution of events
- Event distribution by event types
- Engagement data for Virtual events
- List of event speakers and sponsors
- List of Cohosted events
Use different filters, like chapter, regions and dates, to adjust the data that displays.
The Chapters section displays a graph of your total chapters over a specific period. Compare different chapters, such as active and inactive chapters (Test chapter are excluded from analytics reports and dashboards). You can also view other information in this section, including:
- Overview of Chapter activity and growth
- Geographic distribution of chapters by regions, countries, cities, etc
- Chapter event activity
Use different filters, like geographic location, chapter type and dates, to adjust the data that displays.
The Members section shows information about your members, including a comparison of new members and total members. View other information including:
- #Site users
- Chapter members
- Chapter team members
The data displayed in this section is for members in all chapters.
The Emails section provides stats for newsletters and automated emails. Use this section to keep track of the number of emails sent, and how they're received by your community. You can view metrics for newsletters and automated emails, including:
- Statistics on sends, delivery, opens, and clicks
- Unique open and click rates
The Website tab displays analytics for your Bevy website. Use this section to see how many users visit your site and other site performance metrics. You can view the following website information:
- Overview of site visitors, session engagement, and page views
- Site Traffic Attribution by UTM campaign, source, and medium
- Views on chapter pages and chapter join numbers
Learn more about viewing the Website tab here
On the Reports tab, community admins can access reports about their chapters, events, and people. This tab has a list of reports that you can view, send, and download. You can view the reports, download them, and send them. You can also schedule delivery, so you can share a report with someone on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis.
Furthermore, you can filter and sort the report data in the report center and control things like column order. This means that you can find specific information before you have to download a file.
Because the data in these reports refreshes every two hours, you can access almost real-time community data in the dashboard.
Learn more about how to use the Reports tab here
Our analytics data is updated every 2 hours to provide you with the most accurate and up-to-date insights on your audience and content performance. You can access the analytics data from different locations within our platform and all of them uses the same refresh rate. To check when the data was last updated, you can look at the bottom of each page, where you will see the date and time of the last update.