We’re very excited to announce the Webinar Performance Report, which gives you a complete picture of how well your webinar went – from Invitation to Recording.

The Webinar Performance Report is really focused around the people associated with your webinar: those that you’ve invited, those who registered, those who attended and so on.  It shows you everyone who did any of those activities, and which activities they actually did.  In one report you’ll be able to see everyone who participated, the extent of their participation, and some cool new things like their engagement level and social media profiles.

At the top of the report you’ll get a quick breakdown of different aspects of your webinar.  These should be pretty self explanatory.  However, you might be wondering about Webinar Engagement – this is an average of the individual attendee webinar engagement score below.  Here’s a sample mockup of the report:

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Report columns

Name – This column will show you the picture, name, email and phone number (if provided in the registration form) so that you can quickly reach out to this attendee.

Invited – These are people that you’ve invited to your webinar using the AnyMeeting email invitation feature.  If you did your invitations through another platform, this column will show up as mostly blank – no worries.

Registered – These are people that registered using your AnyMeeting registration form

Attended – Clearly, the folks that attended your webinar

Downloaded Handouts – We wanted to call out these folks specifically because they really liked your content and downloaded it.  This will only happen if you Share your presentation materials during the webinar – click here for a quick tutorial on that.

Live Webinar Engagement – This Low / Medium / High metric is simply based on the amount of activity this attendee performed during the webinar.  Based on things like Chat messages, Q&A questions, voting on Polls, using Emojis and Downloading Handouts.  Attendees with a High rating show great engagement with your webinar content.

Watched Recording – These are people who’ve watched your recording.  Once the webinar is over, you will start collecting all new people who just watched the recording and never participated in the live webinar.

Social Profiles – We went ahead and searched the web for their social media profiles just for you!  Click on the appropriate icon to view that social media profile.

We really hope you find this report useful.  We’re working on bringing you more insights into your webinar data, so please let us know if you have any suggestions.  Thanks!

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