Viewing the Sessions Dashboard

Last updated on Sep 16, 2021

The Sessions dashboard provides you with the most important KPIs for a quick snapshot of your platform performance, which pages are being viewed the most and how many sessions you have in real-time.

To access the dashboard:

  • Click Sessions in the Overview section of the sidebar.

Choose among the time period comparison options on the top bar to view session analytics in three ways:

  • Today vs. Yesterday
  • This week vs. Last Week
  • This month vs. Last month

These options define how the data is represented in the line graph, as well as in the KPI blocks:

  • Total Sessions: Total number of sessions in the specified period.
  • Video Consumption Ratio: Calculated value of the average percentage of session time spent  consuming video for all sessions- regardless of whether video is consumed or not
  • Bounce Rate %: Calculated value of the percentage of sessions in which a user left within 10 seconds  and before navigating to more than one page.
  • Time to Video: Average time it takes for a session to start consuming video. Only includes  sessions that have consumed video.
  • Avg. Session Time: Average length of all sessions.

The KPI blocks also show the evolution of the metric compared to the previous interval of time (% change up or down).


A blinking red icon in a KPI block indicates that it is being updated in real-time.

Click a KPI block to see the associated data displayed in the Sessions line graph. You can select one or more individual devices to focus on them in the graph.

There are three other widgets on the dashboard that help you track sessions at a higher level:

  • Tops: Displays the top seven results for each dimension related to your chosen KPI. Additionally, you will be able to see the differences over the time range selected.
  • Pages: Displays the most popular pages and a number of associated KPIs (total page views, average time spent on the page, and the total time spent on the page).
  • Top Custom Events: Displays the most frequent events, their frequency during the current and previous time intervals, and the difference as a percentage.