The Meeting Dashboard provides a graphical representation of statistical data about your meetings. To see the Dashboard, from the Home Tab click Meetings, then click Meeting Dashboard. The data, which reflects all the meetings you have created, appears in three-bar graphs. Clicking in any of the bar graphs brings up the Summary Report for the meeting.
Most Participant Meetings Over Last 30 Days
Determined by the number of participants. This feature counts only registered attendees; guest attendees are not included in the count. However, guest attendees are included in the data reported in the Summary Report for each meeting.
Most Viewed Recordings Over Last 30 days
Determined by the number of views (that is, the number of times each archived meeting has been viewed).
The bar graphs appear within the Adobe Connect Central Meetings tab. Click Printable Version to export the Dashboard to a browser window for printing.
As a Presenter or a Host in a seminar, an event, a meeting, or a virtual classroom, use the Engagement Dashboard to view participants’ attention and interactivity levels. Participant interactivity data provides a real-time visual cue to the effectiveness of the virtual classroom or webinar. The data helps you improvise the flow of your webinar appropriately.
To calculate the average for a different session, reset the session timer. The average attentiveness is calculated afresh.
The Engagement Dashboard displays the following:
- Current attendance in a virtual classroom or webinar
- Aggregate attentiveness of participants
- Changes in user attentiveness over time
The Dashboard displays user interactivity level through the following cues:
- For a Q&A pod, the Engagement Dashboard displays the number of questions answered out of the total questions.
- For polls, the Engagement Dashboard displays the participation level for each of the poll question.
Open polls are always placed above polls that are faded out or closed. Polls in the current layout are placed at the top-most position.
The Engagement dashboard is visible to hosts and presenters in the Presenter Only area.
To view the Engagement Dashboard:
Enable opt out to provide an option to the participants to not provide non-explicitly submitted information to hosts. When participants choose to opt out, Adobe Connect excludes engagement index and private chat message count from the meeting reports.
The engagement score works best as an aggregate metric for medium to large meetings. However, there are scenarios like training sessions where the trainer wants to monitor the engagement of specific participants.
Adobe Connect provides an option in the Attendees pod called ‘Show Individual Engagement’ that enables meeting hosts to see individual engagement. The individual engagement is shown, against the name of the individuals, in three different levels—Green (high engagement), Yellow (average engagement), and Red (low engagement).
The Reports feature of Adobe Connect Central lets you create reports that show you a given meeting from different perspectives. To use this feature, navigate to the Meeting Information page of an individual meeting and then click the Reports link. The report displays links that let you define the following meeting information:
The first report type that appears when you access the Reports feature. The Summary displays aggregate meeting information, which includes:
URL for viewing
Unique Sessions (a single instance in which a given user joins and exits the meeting)
Last time that a particular invitee enters the meeting room (most recent session)
Number of invitees
Number of attendees
Highest number of people who entered the room at a time (peak users)
Lists the name and email address of each meeting participant, as well as the time they entered the meeting and the time they left it.
Lists the start and end time of each session, the session number, and the number of attendees. Clicking the session number displays the participant list for this session, including participant name and entry and exit times for each participant.
Lists each poll by session number, number, and question. Select a view by clicking one of the following options under the Report column:
View answer distribution
Displays a pie chart in which each answer is color-coded with a unique color.
View user responses
Provides an answer key that lists each answer for this poll and its corresponding answer number; these numbers map to the pie chart. This option also displays a list of participants who responded to the poll. It also displays the number of the answer they selected (if the poll question allowed multiple responses, all responses are shown for the user).