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Hello everyone,I often go to insights, and "breakdown" by a certain property. I am doing this every time I visit the website. Is there a way to save my selection. So, Insights always have breakdown by pre-selected property until I clear it out (even after I close the page)?
I'm developing an app for sending short video messages. We have an Account <--> User structure in the application, so an account can be a company (customer) and it's users are their employees.Now, to figure out the health of the account, we'd like to see which of the users have completed a number of events the last X days or months.To generate a table with a user and which events it has completed per row would be perfect. How can we do that with Mixpanel? We have registered all the events already, we just need to figure out how to extract them in a table view.BONUS: To make things more complicated, we have a web application and a mobile app, and we'd like to be able to see which events have been completed each of the apps.It could look something like this:Account "Example.com"UserLogged in (web)Recorded video (web)Send video (web)Logged in (mobile)... (more events)email@example.comNeverNeverNever2019-01-14 11:firstname.lastname@example.org 10:002019-01-10 1
We have a funnel with four steps. The first step is that a document is uploaded. A document is often uploaded by an email which means that the organizationId is undefined.Is this affecting the funnel because a large amount of documents on the first steps is not touched by peoples (users)?
Using Smart Alerts is very attractive; however, is there a way to not use the app and setup SMTP notifications or perform any other type of action?Using the mobile app really isn’t appropriate or suitable for corporate level SLA”s or integrate well into related processesThanks,Andrew
Good morning,I would like to further group the informetion I get on insights. For example, to group birth dates in something like 1970 to 1984 / 1985 to 2000...https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0?ui=2&ik=ad08006172&attid=0.1&permmsgid=msg-a:r-6552314250074686710&th=1680e15bb83e5c55&view=fimg&sz=s0-l75-ft&attbid=ANGjdJ-ysksoO7sS4f_7toWMncomRy4njVnI4RtIiV5FNA--6fKaXyUFNwVfhmEKgozhnnZx-__3_aprztYiUjYPM0amQ9sNHjcphwqvIuk9k4knmzvp1ltPe8hAqIA&disp=emb&realattid=ii_jqf18i0k0Been crawling on the internet but without luck.Thanks
I'm trying to create a segment of behavior between new and returning users within a funnel. Based on this article: https://help.mixpanel.com/hc/en-us/articles/360001355506-Tracking-First-Time-Users you should register it as a super property or submit it per event. However, it seems there is an assumption that user is registered like in an app rather than an ecommerce site or blog because the article depends on there being one entry point in the journey. And, it doesn't really explain how to actually detect if a user is new or returning to assign the "First Time" property they have in the article.Anyone have any ideas on how to do track this?
Please follow the steps:1. Go to Explore section2. Try to filter the devicesObserve: Here is no option to search with the property whereas the same is available in the "Retention" section. But we need this option under the explore section as well. So, your help will be highly appreciated if you can provide us a way around to filter out using the "Property" options.
I heard about the term "backfilling" in Funnels, but I'm not quite sure what it does or what it means. Can you clarify on "backfilling", and if possible, provide examples of what would be the best types of properties to set in my events with "backfilling" in mind?
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