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The analytics panel on the video settings page shows you the most important analytics for your video from the past 30 days, helping you track performance and see how viewers are engaging with your videos.
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How to open the analytics panel
- Select your video from the Library. This will open the video settings page.
- Select the Analytics button on the right side of the page.
- The analytics panel will open from the right. To navigate to your full Advanced Analytics dashboard from the analytics panel, select Advanced report.
Overview of the analytics panel
Here’s a breakdown of everything in the analytics panel for Plus, Pro, Business, Premium, Starter, Standard, Advanced, and Enterprise members:
If your video is an archived live event (Premium, Advanced, or Enterprise), you will see a Live section in your video analytics panel. The metrics in this section reflect the viewership of your event when the stream was actively live.
- Views: The number of times the live video started playing.
- Peak viewers: The highest number of concurrent viewers during the stream.
- Avg time watched: The average duration a viewer stayed on the live event.
- Total time watched: The cumulative duration.
The next section of the analytics panel is Video, which provides the following metrics about your video’s viewership from the last 30 days:
Views: The number of times the video started playing (in the last 30 days).
- If the owner of the video is logged in while watching the video, then that is not counted as a view.
- Impressions: The number of times your video was "loaded" on a Vimeo clip page or on a website it's embedded on.
- View rate: The rate at which a video is played after it is loaded on a clip page or embedded site.
The last section of the panel is the Engagement section, which is available for members of the Business, Premium, Advanced, and Enterprise.
The metrics in this section allow you to track the performance of various interaction tools on your video, including:
- Impressions: How many times the contact form screen was displayed
- Submissions: How many times an email address was submitted
- Rate: The number of submissions divided by the number of impressions
- Impressions: How many times all cards on your video that included a link were displayed
- Clicks: How many times any of the cards on your video that included a link were clicked
- Rate: Number of clicks divided by the number of impressions.
Call to action (CTA)
- Impressions: How many times the CTA end screen was displayed
- Clicks: How many times one of the links in your CTA end screen was clicked, with a breakdown of clicks for the primary button and secondary link
- Rate: All clicks divided by impressions.