Asset Analytics

Learn how you can measure analytics for an asset in Paperflite

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Written by Kajal
Updated over a week ago

Every asset is valuable because it can convince the prospect to consider your offering more than the competition. Paperflite lets you pull out analytics for every asset in a number of ways – through Streams, Collections and Conversations. Let us see how we could get asset analytics.

Log in to Paperflite through On the Content hub, go to any stream and click on an asset.

Once the asset is opened, you can see the analytics option in the top right corner of your screen. Click on it and all your analytics related to the asset will load up.

Let us now understand the various aspects of analytics that measure up. Just below the name of the asset, you notice the size of the document, its nature, its length, and where it’s stored.

Next, you will notice the analytics broken down into three categories based on viewers:

All - Shows you the overall internal and external analytics of the document

Team - This view highlights only the internal analytics.

Audience - Showcases the engagement analytics when a document is shared externally.

Moving down further, you can see the number of views for the document, downloads, re-shares, and the average time spent on the document.

The graph shows the average time spent on each page of the document. Hover your cursor over each bar to know the average time spent on each page of the document.

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