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We explain the dashboard with the data about your events

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Written by Vlad
Updated over a week ago

Here you can find all the numbers for your events.

As on all other dashboards, you will find at the top:

  • Filter options

  • "Jump to" to quickly switch to the next dashboard

  • A link to the help center

  • The set period for which the data will be displayed


Here you can find the numbers of your events that took place in the set period.

  • Number of event groups

  • Number of single events

  • Weighting of online and on-site events

  • Popularity of events per weekday

Detailed insights into the popularity of the events

Here you can see which day had the most events, bookings and customers. You can also see which day has the most average visits per event and per customer.

In the example you can see that although Tuesday is the day with the most customers and events, Monday has the most visits per customer and Thursday has the most visits per event. Time to act.

Booking trend for top 10 events

With this overview you become able to compare the number of bookings for the event groups. This can help you to determine:

  • Which are his most (un)popular events?

  • Are there events with abnormal booking trends (e.g. people dropping out from the events) ?

  • Are there any seasonalities for booking trends for your events (e.g. some events are popular in summer and some are gaining more bookings in winter)?

  • In the case you changed something to the event, like trainers or if you updated the equipment: Are there any improvement on bookings since the change?

Tip: If you would like to have other or more courses displayed, you can compare specific courses using the filter settings. Would you like to have fewer courses displayed in the overview? Then simply click on the corresponding course in the legend next to it. The respective course gets hidden.


Here you can find the percentage attendance in total, as well as the attendance per weekday and per time of day. When are most customers absent?

Event bookings

Here you can find answers to the questions:

  • Which event groups have the most bookings or cancellations?

  • Which single events have the most bookings?

Popularity of event groups

  • Number of events

  • Number of customers

  • Number of bookings

  • Average planned seats per event

  • Average visits per event

  • Percentage of seats occupied

  • Average visits per customer

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