Custom Dashboard

Custom Dashboard

Updated over a week ago

At a glance: This article will help you to create multiple custom dashboards based on the data from the Trackier MMP platform.

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Customization is something that helps anyone put their faith in the product. Therefore keeping that in mind Trackier has built an option for a custom dashboard wherein you can create and see stats as per your wishes.

How to create one?

  • Go to the custom dashboard on the sidebar and then click on the "Add Dashboard" button and give a name to your dashboard.

  • You will have the option to create your widgets as per your requirements. You can add multiple widgets in a single dashboard.

  • In order to create the widget First choose the type of chart that you would want It can be a pie chart, bar chart, table, map, etc.

  • Post that give a name to your widget along with a description if you want.

  • Select a KPI that you want to see and the attribute by which you would want to group your data.

KPI options description

  • Installs: The number of app installs that you received in a specific date range will be reflected.

  • Clicks: The total number of clicks that you have received from your partner's end will reflect on the panel.

  • Impressions: Number of impressions (views) that you have received will be reflected.

  • Conversion rate: The percentage of clicks on an partner link that lead to a successful conversion, such as a app install. This metric is crucial for partners and advertisers, as it directly reflects the effectiveness of their marketing efforts.

  • Cost: Total cost of the app within a specific date range will reflect on the panel.

  • Revenue: Total revenue generated from your app will be reflected by selecting this as KPI

  • Un-installs: Selecting this as KPI will reflect your app uninstalls by the user

  • In-app events: You total in-app events within a specific date range will be reflected if you select this as a KPI.

  • Fraudulent installs: Total number of fraudulent installs that you received within a specific date range.

  • Fraudulent events: Total number of fraudulent events that you received within a specific date range

  • Session: Consider the definition of a "session" as the period of time in which an individual engages with a digital application. In practical terms, this means that when one launches an application and utilizes it for a designated period of 20 minutes before closing it, the subsequent 20-minute window upon reloading would constitute another session.

  • ROI: Return on investment from a specific app from a campaign will be reflected while selecting this as KPI.

  • You can add different filters to sort out your data. It can be campaigns, countries, partners, channels, or if you wish to hide organic data.

  • Once you have added all the widgets that you want, you can even play around with them. Such as you can expand the size of the widgets and can push them upward or even replace them.

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