How many of the users submitted the 'Schedule Demo' form in the very first website session? How is this different for segments of users such as by Industry?

For this analysis, we have selected the 'Schedule A Demo Form' event, applied a filter on Number of Sessions (which is a User Property at the time of this event occurrence) and Grouped By Salesforce_Industry (which is a User Property from the CRM - this field may have been filled by an Account Executive post the form submission and hence would not be available as a property of the user when the event occurred)

An intuitive way to think about User Properties at the time of event (Event Level) or at current time (Global Level) is to assess what information would be available when the event occurred and the subsequent changes that would have been made to each of those pieces information as the user interactions with your company till current time.


How many users have visited acme.com/pricing AND Downloaded a Whitepaper?

In this analysis, we have selected multiple Events in the Query panel and then used the advanced option within Criteria >> Total Users wherein we can select any of the following options

  1. ANY Event : Counts the number of unique users who either visited ->www.acme.com/pricing OR Downloaded a Whitepaper

  2. EACH Event : Independently counts the number of unique users who performed each Event. This is equivalent to running multiple Event Analysis

  3. All Events : Counts the number of unique users who have visited ->www.acme.com/pricing AND Downloaded a Whitepaper


On the average, how many times did users visit the page ->www.acme.com/solutions? How is this different by the user's Job Title?


What is the breakdown of visits to ->www.acme.com/pricing from high intent devices (Thinkpad or Mac) where users spent >= 30 sec on the page by Industry and Job Title of the User?


Users from which cohort (by Day, Week or Month) of first_website_visit submitted the 'Schedule Demo' form in the last month?

For this analysis, we have used a standard user property named '$joinTime' where we maintain the first timestamp when the user visited the website. Factors easily allows you to aggregate such timestamp fields into Hour, Date, Week or Month and apply the same as breakdowns or filters.


What is the breakdown of the users who visited ->www.acme.com/integrations by the time_spent on that page? Given time_spent is a floating point how can we bucket it when performing the breakdown?

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