Viewing the Analytics of your post enables you to get a wider understanding of who in the Audience is viewing your posts. That said, this is tracked anonymously, and the user’s name will not be marked against a normal post or poll once they view it.
Only a priority post will mark if a specific user has viewed it through the “acknowledging” feature on these posts. For more information on different post categories, please see this article.
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Who can use this feature?
Any user can use this feature to view the analytics of their posts. All Admins have the ability to view the analytics of priority posts (as only they can send them) and users posts. This will give them an insight into the usability of their organization's feed.
How do I view the post analytics?
Find a post you want to check the analytics for.
Click the three little dots
Click on "Post Analytics"
This will display the audience, percentage of target audience/team that's been reached, the number of views (labelled as "Impressions"), total number of reactions, and number of comments as shown below:
What posts can I see analytics for?
Any post you or an alias you have access to has made.
Where can I view analytics for feed posts I didn't make?
At this time, only administrators will be able to see analytics for the rest of the feed. Please see this article for more information.
How do analytics work on priority posts?
Priority posts offer more specialized data since they require user acknowledgement. Check out this article for more information.