Creating a Report with Account Level Analytics

Modified on: Tue, 6 Dec, 2022 at 2:47 PM

You can create a Report with Analytic Charts for Account Level Analytics to visually represent coverage.

To access your Account Level Analytics:

1. Click News Account Level Analytics
2. Click Analytics

The Analytics Dashboards with related options will appear. In the upper right-hand corner, you will see the ability to:

1. Change the date range of the coverage you are analysing; the date range defaults to the last 30 days. When analysing news on this page, the start date can go back to the beginning of your monitoring.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This view includes all duplicates as well as Twitter re-tweets. There is no way to exclude these from this view.  If you want to exclude them from your charts and graphs, follow these instructions to create your analytics. 
Account Level Analytics Dashboard Edit
2. View all Analytics Dashboards that have been created
3. Select the dashboard you prefer to use for reporting
4. Ability to Edit a Dashboard
5. Option to Create New Dashboards

Charts in the Default Dashboard:

Click here for a description of all of the charts available. 

Customising your Dashboard:

Click here for information on how to add or remove charts from your view.

Creating an Analytics Report:

Click the download button to create a report with the charts contained in the dashboard.

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Steps of Creating an Analytics Report:

1. Choose the file format you will use to generate the report. Create Analytics Report
2. Enter a Title for the report. (Required)
3. Enter a SubTitle for the Report if you prefer.
4. Customise your report by selecting the orientation that your report should have. You also have the option to include a cover page. If you add a cover page, you can include summary metrics  (total mentions, total reach, total publicity value) on the cover page and/or upload a logo. NOTE: The option to include a cover page is on by default but can be deselected.
5. Uncheck any charts you do not want to include in the Analysis Download.
6. Click Download to create the report.
7. Example Analytics Report:

The Analytics Report will automatically download. Below are a few example pages from an Analytics Download.


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