Use analytics to measure as well as track your data across Content, Security, Workflows Tasks, Forms and more.

Video Transcript

In this video, we’re going to cover off the analytics that are native to the CentricMinds platform.

Let’s start with entering edit mode.

And if we take a look at the analytics menu, we can see 3 sub menus;

  • Activity
  • Content
  • And Performance

If we take a look within the Activity menu, CentricMinds provides some out of the box reports that you can use.

Here on the left, you can also connect your existing Google Analytics account.

Importantly, the reporting dashboard enables you to analyze a range of activities across the entire site that you are managing, based on these categories;

  • Content
  • Security
  • Workflows
  • Tasks
  • Forms
  • Metadata
  • And Performance

Within content we can see all the content currently managed within this site.

In this case there are 176 files, and we can see what’s ‘active’ or ‘locked’.

We can see the file types.

We can see the age of the files.

As an example the ‘team building’ file is a word document and it’s five days old.

We can see the age of content increasing as we go back in time, based on when it was published.

Let’s go to ‘Pages’ first.

We can see that we have 74 pages.

And we can view when they were created, and the last time they were updated.

We can do the same thing for text items.

Within ‘Security’, we can see the total number of current users in the site.

The status of these users.

And we can see there’s a larger number of inactive users versus active.

And we can see the breakdown of account types.

Such as Global Administrators, Authors and Approvers, Site Users and Contacts.

And we can see who’s recently logged in.

Here it displays the users name, and the last login date.

Below this we can see the most active authors.

And the most active viewers in terms of how many pages they’ve viewed.

Let’s take a look at ‘Workflows’.

We can see the total number of workflows.

How many workflow requests have been made.

How many workflows have been approved.

And if any are pending or declined.

Let’s take a look at ‘Tasks’.

We can see the number of total Tasks.

And the status of these Tasks.

What's completed, completed late, what’s overdue and what’s in progress.

We can see the Task names

The status.

The number of assignees.

And the number of Managers.

Let’s take a look at ‘Forms’.

Here we can see the total number of forms that have been created and being managed in CentricMinds.

And the number of submissions for each of the forms.

Let’s take a look at ‘Metadata’.

We can see the total number of metaplates.

And the total number of elements.

And the lists displays how many Elements are attached to each Metaplate.

If we scroll down, we can see the individual Elements.

The number of pages, files, text and links they are attached to.

Finally, ‘Performance’ lets us view the accessibility and performance of a web page within CentricMinds.

We can choose a page, and then view its Accessibility Ranking, Best Practice Score and its

S-E-O value as well.

If we click on the page, it will present tips for improving the accessibility of this selected page.

Under Best Practice, it will display examples of how the page can be improved in order to increase its best practice score.

Finally, the SEO score will provide information of how the SEO of the page can be improved.

In this example, this page is an internal page that is not being crawled or indexed by external robots.

So that gives you a quick overview of the native analytics that are available within CentricMinds.