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ECO provides an easy-to-use interface and an advanced feature set that empowers industry-leading application performance analysis for both native and web applications.

Getting started with ECO is straightforward. After integrating with low-code solutions, you can utilize out-of-the-box metrics and metadata to monitor application performance metrics and explore dimensional attributes across your web and native application data.

Summary of what you can do:

  • Using the pre configured dashboards, such as App Overview Dashboard.
  • Using out-of-box Metrics to Perform App Analysis
  • Creating User Defined Metrics in Trends

  • Semantic Mapper: Enables raw event mapping and customization to simplify event organization and identity mapping.

  • Metric Builder: Helps you build customized metrics including time interval metric and conversion metrics based on the mapped events, such as tracking the video playtime after viewers logged into the accountant.

Sensor Integration

Perform low-code integration of Conviva ECO sensor to enable automatic, and semantic-less data collection.

Perform These Tasks: ECO Sensors

Conviva ECO integration workflow, for example, for Android:

  1. Configure Gradle dependency.

  2. Initialize the tracker so that it auto-collects events, tracks application specific events, and disables event caching.

  3. Set the user id (viewer id).

  4. (Optional) Track application specific events and state changes.

For platform-specific app sensor integration instructions, refer to:

Using Trends

The Trends dashboard provides an easy-to-use interface with an advanced feature set that enables application performance monitoring and user behavior analysis within your applications.

Activating Data

ECO data activation enables you to map new events and create metrics to efficiently explore and manage the current application events for enhanced insights and do data analysis for more complex scenarios.

Viewing User Timeline

Drill down into session timelines for comprehensive and granular analysis of a session.

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Access the user timeline for impacted viewers or by user id.

  • From the drill-down tables, select users tab to show the users impacted by the selected performance metric. Click the user name to go to the user timeline.

  • Click the User Timeline menu to access the user timeline page for specific user id.

Learn more: User Timeline

Using Custom Dashboards

Enable the combination of widgets and display options to highlight the insights that are most meaningful to your users and business.

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  1. Click + New Dashboard, and select one or more data sources based on your requirements.

    • To use only app data, select Single Data Source and choose ECO from the Data Source list.

    • To use app data along with other types, such as VIDEO or AD, select Multiple Data Sources and choose ECO and other required data sources, such as VIDEO, from the Data Source list.

  2. In the edit mode, select the time range, and click New Widget.

  3. Fill out all required items, and click OK.

  4. Check the created dashboard.

  5. For complex analysis across different data displays, add more widgets following the same process.

Learn more: Custom Dashboards


Custom Metric Creation Use Cases

These use cases provide a hands-on way for you to quickly implement custom metrics using Metric Builder and other ECO features. The custom metrics in the use cases are commonly used for analyzing the application performance and user experience.

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