Prezi Design Analytics measures stats on how your design is viewed. This information is given as an overview on your Prezi Design analytics page.
Paid feature: Prezi Design Analytics is only available for Prezi teams. Luckily it’s a breeze to upgrade your license and get access to this and all the other great features our Prezi Team plan have to offer.
Your design analytics overview
The Prezi Design Analytics dashboard will give you an overview of the projects you’ve sent out, how many viewers have looked at them, what type of device they viewed the project from and where they are from. When you visit the analytics page, you'll see a chart of your overall views and the locations the links were viewed from. Each link you’ve sent out will be listed below and you will be able to view statistics for them individually too.
You can also set a time range to view analytics for and export your overall data for the given time range as a CSV file from the top right corner.
Viewing a design’s statistical data
If you click on the title of a design from the main page, you can view the details of its performance and see infographics specific to the given design. You can also set a time range and export your data for the project as a CSV file from here.
A day-by-day breakdown of the overall views on your project and a percentage-based breakdown of these views, depending on what device (desktop, mobile or tablet) the design was viewed from.
A world map showing where the viewers opened the project from.
Average on-screen rate
Any time the project was opened via a link or the website where it is embedded was opened. From the main page, you can also check the exact number of views coming from the view link and from embeds.
Average interaction rate
This percentage is based on the number of users who actually interacted with the content at least once (while the average on-screen rate can also include viewers who, for instance, opened a website with the embedded design but didn't actually view the content itself).
A detailed breakdown of engagement, based on the specific objects (charts) within the design showing the number of tooltip hovers, tab clicks, legend clicks and object interactions.