The FitVID Metrics Detailed Report is an attendance report that shows details on how clients interact with your FitVID on Demand videos. This report includes information on videos viewed by clients, how clients view videos, and more.This article describes how to view the FitVID Metrics Detailed Report and provides details of the columns that appear in the report. To learn how to customize and filter the report, see Viewing a report.
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To view the FitVID Metrics Detailed Report:
- Click the App Drawer button .
- In the App Drawer, click Reports.
- On the Reports menu, click Attendance.
- On the Attendance menu, click FitVID Metrics Detailed.
Summary cards in the FitVID Metrics Detailed Report
|Total||The total number of published and unpublished videos you have uploaded.|
Headings in the FitVID Metrics Detailed Report
|Client||The name of the client who viewed the video.|
|Video Viewed||The name of the video viewed by the client.|
|View Date||The date the client viewed the video.|
|View Source||The source through which the client accessed the video. (e.g., Direct URL, Client Web App, Achieve Client App)|
|View Duration||The total amount of time the client spent watching the video. The amount is displayed in [hours]:[minutes]:[seconds].|
[Note] A view duration can be longer than the video duration. For example, if a client watches the first 12 minutes of a 30-minute video, and then restarts it and watches all the way to the end, the view duration will be 00:42:00.
|Video Category||The category to which the video belongs.|
Advanced filters in the FitVID Metrics Detailed Report
|Category||Use this filter to determine which videos to include based on the category to which the videos belong.|
|Exclude unique views||Use this filter to determine whether repeat viewings of a video should be included in the report. For example, if a client watches a video three times and you select Yes under Exclude unique views, only one of this client’s views will be included in the report.|
|Exclude anonymous views||Use this filter to determine whether a view should be counted if the video was watched by someone who is not a client in your business.|