We have encountered a high volume of queries to use our platform, due to the increased requirements to monitor business data. The following is a guide to get set up and running, effectively and easily. At any point, please reach out to us in the live chat and we're always happy to help.

Global Event Awareness
When global events occur, the impact on your business can be drastic. We're here to help you monitor in real-time, the impact you see across important business metrics.

You can build custom alerts or reports in the app as well to monitor goals and metrics specific to your business.
Alternatively, book a demo call here and we set up your account with a custom suite of alerts and reports tailored to monitoring global events.

Scheduled Reports
Log into your account and click "Add report"

Add a report

Select the Google Analytics property and Channel(s) (Slack, MS Teams and/or Email), then click continue. Click "Start from Scratch".

Start from scratch

Let's start by looking at changes in global performance. Select "Audience" from the metrics panel.

Select Audience

Then select "Top 10 countries for traffic"

Top 10 countries

Then you will automatically have the data populated with your top 10 countries by sessions over the last week.



Now we can leave it this way, but we can also switch the chart to a table, then compare it week over week to see the changes in traffic over time.

Comparing countries week over week.

For the last tweak, we can add extra metrics to the table to give us more context in the visualization:

Extra columns to compare in the table.

Keep in mind, if you're interested in more advanced reporting custom tailored to your business, we can always create custom reports on your behalf during an onboarding call.

Critical Alerts

Critical alerts are a key part of business intelligence that help shield your company and your customers during global events. Increases in purchases on a certain product page can indicate increased interest in a product, decreases in purchasing between add to cart and checkout can indicate a bug in development and the list goes on. Catching these early helps your business be agile and solve problems in real-time, as they occur.

We have added a video to help you get set up with alerts:


Here's an example of a recently triggered alert, due to data dipping unexpectedly:

Anomalies this week in conversions
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