Features analytics tell you what users are interacting with while using an application. You can find the Features page by navigating to it from the Analytics tab. Reseller Adopt collects interactions your users have with the features in your applications. This allows you to understand which features are most or least used by users.
Similar to other main areas of Reseller Adopt, you have some quick filter options to narrow down what data you're viewing:
1. Segment: You can sort users by which browser (Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari) they are using, the time since their first visit (<30 days, 31-60 days, 61-90 days, >30 days), by everyone, or create a custom segment.
2. Date Range: Specify the custom date range you desire.
Below the filter options, you will see a table. Each of these columns can be filtered in ascending or descending order.
- Feature Name: name of the feature.
- Type: this column will list all features as "inherited" since they are being passed down from the Partner.
- Number of Visitors: total number of unique visitors that have clicked the feature within the segment and date range specified at the top of the page.
- Number of Clicks: total number of clicks captured from all visitors within the segment and date range specified at the top of the page. Try sorting this column to see which features have been used the most by your visitors.
- Description: description of the feature. This field is filled in by the Reseller Adopt Partner. If empty, it is because the Partner has not added a description.
- Page Name: this shows the page where the feature is located to give you additional context. "All Pages" indicates that the feature is site wide like navigation buttons or profile settings that could appear on every page.
- Rules: this provides your customers with visibility into the feature rule set so they can get more context on the passed down tag, without access to open the Visual Design Studio.
You can manage the columns by clicking the button and decide what you want to view and the order in which those columns appear.
Tip: To make viewing the Features table easier, try removing the Type column since it will always say "inherited." Additionally, if the Partner has not added a description, that column can be removed from view as well.
To export the displayed feature data from this page, click on the button (1). This will provide you with a CSV file of your data. The columns in your download will match the columns in your table and respect the segment and date range you applied.
Use the search bar to easily find your existing Features. This is particularly helpful if you have dozens of features and want to quickly filter through them.