The Analytics tab provides a broad overview of your customer's viewing activity and also lets you dive deeper with a few different reports.
You will have reports on:
Watch Time: Cumulative watch time for your web and mobile apps.
Views: Your site’s total unique video page views per day.
Videos: The total watch time (minutes) and total unique views per video.
Live Events: The total watch time (minutes) and total unique views per live event.
Collections: The total watch time (minutes) and total unique views per collection.
Authors: The total watch time (minutes) and total unique views per author.
Countries: Your site’s total watch time (minutes) and total unique views per country.
Devices: Your site’s total watch time (minutes) and total views per browsing method.
NOTE: At this time, only views from browsers (desktop or mobile) and mobile app views (iOS & Android) are included in analytics. We are not yet able to include TV app data, except for Roku TV (version 2.1 or higher).
The graph's data will be provided on a rolling 12-month period. If you are seeking analytics data that is older than the last 12 months, please reach out to email@example.com for assistance in retrieving this data.
NOTE: Data on the Analytics tab will automatically update every 24 hours. Updates will appear around 5:00 PM UTC each day. Additionally, videos cast via Chromecast or Airplay are not counted in analytics at this time.
Please be aware that the analytics provided on our platform may not precisely align with those from other providers, such as Google Analytics or Meta Views. This is because different platforms have their own unique methodologies for tracking watch time, views, clicks, and other metrics. Furthermore, "views," "clicks," and similar terms can have varying definitions across platforms. As a result, discrepancies may arise when comparing data between platforms. Keep these variations in mind when evaluating your content's performance and making data-driven decisions.