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Track & understand your customers
Countly Profiles enables you to track everything you need to know about your customer and how they use your apps.
Track information like name, email, location and gender, or add custom data. Understand what they have been doing in your application, by examining their profile pages, purchase history and sessions.
Visualize user paths in your site
Flows shows you a graphical representation of how your users navigate through your app by visualizing the events they generate in sequence. You can start from any event and get information about the percentage and number of users passing that particular point. This provides invaluable insights into how users are actually using your app and identifying previously unanticipated user behavior.
(Available Q4, 2016)
How well are users are succeeding or failing at each step?
Funnels are used to track the goal completion rates of a step by step path inside your application. This gives you a powerful insight about completion ratios of specific actions.
With the help of Funnels, you can visualize the steps your customers take to complete a specific task, and quickly understand how well they are doing at each step.
Understand what users do at your site
Heatmaps help you understand how users are interacting with your pages, where they are clicking at, and what their entire journey is. With heatmaps, you don’t have to try to understand numbers and get reports from your analysts, but get click data insights for your web page.
Web analytics features at a glance
- All sites overview
- Completely real time dashboard
- Last visiting users
- Funnel visualization
- Custom events
- Bot tracker removal
- Drill down granular data
- Attribution analytics (source tracking)
- Browsers and devices
- Time spent on pages
- Campaign tracking
- Desktop vs mobile comparison
- User profiles
- Bounces, exits and entries