How to use the Dashboard
We recently uploaded a brand new version of our groups’ dashboard. Let’s see what’s new and how to use it.
The new menu displayed on the left side is designed to help you manage your groups on Grytics. This menu is divided into 4 sections:
- My group list which contains… all groups you have imported.
- Add groups allows you to add groups you are admin of.
- My scheduled updates which lists all your automated updates for your groups.
- My access delegations allowing to let someone else analyze groups just like you do.
In addition you can also access to your Facebook Group directly from the menu.
You can add:
- Groups you are admin of: use the menu and choose Load the groups I admin. You will get all your groups. Then just choose the one you want to import and Grytics will do the work for you
It can be useful if you want to compare your statistics with another one having a similar activity of topic.
From the menu you can directly access to your automatic updates for all your groups. They are displayed by groups and you can easily edit them.
Remember that you first have to schedule updates in each group to see them on my scheduled updates page.
Delegating access to your groups’ stats
Just like scheduled updates you can now manage access delegation directly on from your dashboard. It is especially useful if you are managing a Facebook Group with other people. This tool is designed for team working.
You can delegate the access to your group and let them analyze the group. The access delegation page will display by group everyone who can access to your group’s data. Again you need to delegate access first for each group before being able to manage them from your dashboard.
Your groups list
The biggest part of your dashboard is dedicated to your imported groups. They are displayed in a table giving you the number of members and active members, the global engagement and activity score for each group.
You can also check when the last update of your group was made. You can sort the table by different metrics.
You can now export data to get posts and comments, members or even active members in CSV from a group or several at the same time. What you have to do is selecting what you want to export and then checking boxes next to group’s name to choose which data you want to get.
The last section is the toolbar displayed about your groups list. From here you can check how many groups you can import, the amount of History still available, you plan and your language option. You can directly access to our shop to subscribe or to add History to your account.