TeamSlide’s analytics capabilities provide valuable insights into your slide management process. From measuring user adoption, examining common search terms, or determining your most used slides, our reporting feature creates transparency for your slide library. Use this feature to maximize the value TeamSlide creates and focus your PowerPoint content strategy.
Using TeamSlide Analytics
- Log into the TeamSlide Web Portal
- In the Main Menu, click ‘Analytics.’
3. In the top section, you can view a visual representation of TeamSlide usage. The Reports section will allow you to run reports based on specific parameters.
4. In the Reports section, click the drop-down menu to filter your report by either User activity, searches, or downloads.
5. Further filter your results by choosing a predefined ‘Time period’ or adding custom dates. Click ‘Download data’ to import your report.
Double click the download file to open it in Excel.
User activity report: In the TeamSlide user activity report, you’ll find each user’s name, email, number of downloads, searches, and logins. This report is useful to assure adoption. If users aren’t active in TeamSlide, they may need additional help getting set up.
Searches Report: In the TeamSlide searches report, you’ll find a list of users, user emails, dates and times of searches performed, terms searched, and total results. This report will help you understand slides, images, and videos your users are looking for. For example, you might find users often search for specific terms that receive few results, highlighting a gap in your content.
Downloads Report: In the TeamSlide downloads report, you’ll notice many more columns than in the other report types. This report details each username, email, time of download, object description (typically title), file name, slide number, search terms, and position in results. The downloads report will communicate which content is most relevant to your team.
If you have customized metadata fields, they can also be included in the downloads report. This, for example, gives you an understanding of the most used slides by each field.
Feel free to contact us if you have custom reporting needs.
For those with an on-premise implementation of TeamSlide, slide library usage records are continuously added to your SQL Server database. You can connect your favorite business intelligence tool like Tableau or Microsoft’s PowerBI to build custom dashboards.
Taking a data-driven approach by using TeamSlide to measure your slide library analytics highlights opportunities to optimize your presentation management process.