Mediaflo provides a variety of statistics about your media libraries uses. The reporting feature allows you to view a snapshot of high-level data, or drill down to user-specific and media-specific statistics.
To run a report:
- Click the [Administration] tab.
- Click [Library] from the Administration drop-down menu.
- Click [Reporting] from the Library drop-down menu.
- Select a report type from the [Select a Report] drop-down menu at the top-right of the page.
- Use the [Institution], [Organization], and [Library] drop-down menus to access Reporting statistics for any Media Library you have permission to access.
- Select a title from the [Select a Title] drop-down menu if you would like to view the statistics on a single media item.
- Select a date range from the [Date Range] drop-down menu.
- A graphic of the report will appear on the screen. You may also export a report anytime by clicking [PDF] or [CSV] from the [Export] drop-down menu.
Types of Reports
- Content Geographical Popularity – Represents content views by geographic location. Click the map to explore data by country, state, and city.
- Browser – Represents content views by web browser. Click the pie chart to explore detailed statistics by browser version.
- Platform – Represents content views by platform (Mac, Windows, iOS, and Android). Click the pie chart to explore detailed information about which platform versions your viewers are using.
- Content Popularity – Allows you to explore how viewers interact with your media, including number of plays and duration of plays. The “Avg Rating” and “Number of Comments” columns refer to Portal views (if applicable).
- Content Activity – Provides information on how internal users have interacted with your media item. Entries appear on this report when users signed into your Mediafo account add, edit, or view your item.
- Percentage Viewed – Shows how many viewers watched specific portions (25%, 50%, etc.) of the media.
- Users Viewing Details – Allows you to see the total number of plays and time spent with your media items, overall.
- Asset Storage – Provides an itemized breakdown of disk usage for non-media files, such as images.
- Media Storage – Provides an itemized breakdown of disk usage for media files.