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Top Users/Powerusers Report

  • 18 November 2020
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Hi All,

I am trying to build a powerusers report, that specifically shows who the powerusers are and what they’re doing, as a breakdown to a graphical representation to the insights report itself. 

I haven’t been able to figure out building a cohort based on our engagement criteria, maybe this is the first step I am missing (it seems I can’t add a Condition to a cohort block, isn’t this where i’d define?). The criteria would probably be based on number of logins/sessions in the past month, along with performing some key events as well.

It seems I can’t have a list view that includes any defined properties+values of my insights report, so sure I want to see a visualization, but I want to deep dive into the breakdown by users, and have those users sorts by ‘most engaged’ based on the cohort criteria. We’d probably create something similar for least engaged.

Additionally, I am looking to publish KPIs as roll up numbers to our Dashboard. Any way/ideas to show numeric summaries rather than graphs for a Dashboard?

Thanks!

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Best answer by cherise 17 December 2020, 06:12

@colcassPM —

I like your approach to build a cohort of defined power users and then use insights to break down their behavior.

The first step is to define what it means to be a power users, in your case it sounds like # logins/ sessions. You’ve probably already seen these, but here is a collection of resources all about cohorts that are really helpful when it comes to building: https://help.mixpanel.com/hc/en-us/sections/115001615263-Cohorts

The criteria would probably be based on number of logins/sessions in the past month, along with performing some key events as well.

You can certainly build a cohort where users have logged in x times in the last x days/months. Is this what you are looking to build?

 

It seems I can’t have a list view that includes any defined properties+values of my insights report, so sure I want to see a visualization, but I want to deep dive into the breakdown by users, and have those users sorts by ‘most engaged’ based on the cohort criteria. 

It sounds like you want to see a list of these users in explore, which you can do via “view users” seen at the top of this screenshot: https://help.mixpanel.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005708186-Cohorts-Overview-#export-cohorts

 

Additionally, I am looking to publish KPIs as roll up numbers to our Dashboard. Any way/ideas to show numeric summaries rather than graphs for a Dashboard?

 You can do this via chart type! 🙂 Seen here: https://help.mixpanel.com/hc/en-us/articles/115004565746#editing-dashboard-cards

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@colcassPM —

I like your approach to build a cohort of defined power users and then use insights to break down their behavior.

The first step is to define what it means to be a power users, in your case it sounds like # logins/ sessions. You’ve probably already seen these, but here is a collection of resources all about cohorts that are really helpful when it comes to building: https://help.mixpanel.com/hc/en-us/sections/115001615263-Cohorts

The criteria would probably be based on number of logins/sessions in the past month, along with performing some key events as well.

You can certainly build a cohort where users have logged in x times in the last x days/months. Is this what you are looking to build?

 

It seems I can’t have a list view that includes any defined properties+values of my insights report, so sure I want to see a visualization, but I want to deep dive into the breakdown by users, and have those users sorts by ‘most engaged’ based on the cohort criteria. 

It sounds like you want to see a list of these users in explore, which you can do via “view users” seen at the top of this screenshot: https://help.mixpanel.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005708186-Cohorts-Overview-#export-cohorts

 

Additionally, I am looking to publish KPIs as roll up numbers to our Dashboard. Any way/ideas to show numeric summaries rather than graphs for a Dashboard?

 You can do this via chart type! :) Seen here: https://help.mixpanel.com/hc/en-us/articles/115004565746#editing-dashboard-cards

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