- You might be aware of tracking with Google Analytics or Facebook Analytics, or even using another third party solution.
- However, we have recently developed our own implementation that gives deep insight into Decision Tree behavior, while maintaining maximum simplicity.
- Up the top right you will see the Analytics button. Go ahead and hit it.
2. You will see some purple balloons appear under each node showing statistics for each node.
3. If you hover over one of them you will see a tool-tip appear explaining what each metric means.
- Visitors – Are unique users that have reached the node.
- Percentage of visitors – Are unique users as a percentage
- Impressions – Are page loads. Note that one unique user can have many page loads.
4. If you open the drop down by clicking the arrow on the analytics button, like so:
You will see statistics for each published version. The reason for this is because if you add or delete nodes the statistics will be inaccurate/lost. For example if I had a node that asked for a phone number, and I deleted it then I will no longer be able to tell what the stats for that node were. Having versions ensures the statistics are accurate each time you publish.