The AudienceStream dashboard provides an overview of your AudienceStream activity and initiatives. You can see counts of the various elements that make up your AudienceStream implementation or view up-to-the-hour graphs of correlations between your connector actions, audiences, badges, and attributes.
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The Trend Graphs show data across a time period. You can view trends for audiences, connector actions, badges, and number attribute. You can view trends for a single data value, or view two data values in the same graph. Viewing more than one data value in a graph allows to you compare these data values and look for correlations. You can view the same data value across different time blocks, or compare the trends of two different data values. To set up a trend graph:
When you view a data value in a trend graph, you must choose a time range. The range is the time block for which you want to view data and is calculated in relation to today. There are two main parameters to select: Current and Previous.
This refers to the time block that today is contained within.
This is the time block before the time block that today is contained within.
For example, if today is Wednesday, then this date range covers 12:00 AM through 11:59 PM of Tuesday.
For example, if today is June 14th, then this date range covers May 1-31.
The Badge activity window lists the number of times badges were assigned to and removed from your visitors, for a given time range.
You can also click on a badge to view the details of how and when it is assigned or removed from a visitor.
Dashboard sheets are a customized view of trend graphs. The default sheet is named "Main" and cannot be renamed or deleted. Dashboard sheets are numbered and are available via the dashboard side bar seen here:
Click the arrow at the top of the side bar to see the names of the sheets and to edit sheets. The following actions are available using the dashboard side bar: