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Anticipated New Version of CardioLog Analytics Released

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It is with great excitement that the CardioLog Analytics team announces that the new version,, has been released. The new features included in this major update will make the user and administrator experience in CardioLog Analytics as seamless as possible.  The team has been working hard to ensure that all the new features will be aligned with the Microsoft vision for Office 365 and SharePoint 2016.





A few key updates:

For End Users:

  • New UI supported in all common browsers (IE 8 and up, Chrome, FireFox)




  • Flexible report dashboard – You can easily drag, drop and resize widgets with just a few clicks. The new and improved dashboard is intuitive to all of your reporting needs. Easily create a graph, meter, and chart all on one simple canvas. The possibilities for report pairings are endless. Users can easily share these dashboards with colleagues and team members, relaying important information that’s displayed simply and clearly.




  • Enhanced table widgets – with search, paging and comparing date ranges
  • Table reports – change from past period
  • New reports:

Depth of Visit

Any time a user arrives at your site, they may only visit the first page they see, or they may continue on to other pages on your website. This report describes how many pages users have viewed per visit, and how common visits with that amount of pages are. A visit is defined as a series of SharePoint page requests from the same uniquely identified client with no more than 30 minutes between each page request.

Depending on the type of site you maintain and your target visitors, the depth of visit metric typically indicates one of two main options. The more pages a user visits, either your visitors are engaged and interested in continuing to interact with your site over multiple pages, or it’s possible that your visitors are not easily finding what they’re looking for. This report collects the number and details of all pages a user accesses within a portal session to help you understand how they’re navigating through your portal. If users are only accessing one specific page, they may not be aware of the array of other resources and tools available to them in the portal. You can then improve your site accordingly.

Length of Visit

This report measures the length of a single visit by a user in the portal.

Inactive Content

This report provides valuable insights on the inactive content that’s not being accessed or users within the portal. By understanding what content is not relevant to the users, you can easily remove it to free up portal space. Alternatively, if the content is of value and aligned with business objectives, further leverage this content by creating a button on the homepage to make it more accessible to users. You can even promote this content through message bar pop-ups, further driving users to interact and consume this content.

Visitor Loyalty

The visitor loyalty report  shows how often a specific website item is visited by your users. The “Visits” column displays the number of visits within the selected time range. For each of these visits, the “Number of Visits” column sums the total number of visits by each user to the selected website item or page. The “Percentage of All Visits” column shows the percentage of all visits that were to the selected website item or page.

Visitor Loyalty can be an especially useful metric for enterprise organizations. It gives insight into visitors who have found a reason to come back, engage, and interact with your site. Simply put, Visitor Loyalty is the frequency that users return to the same pages within your website. The real foundation for portal success is a large and loyal set of visitors. In order to improve and optimize your site, you need to understand who your loyal visitors are, and what on your site inspires the most loyalty.

Visitor Recency

This report details how how much time has passed since a visitor last visited a website item. The “Visits” column displays the number of visits within a set time range. For each visit, the “Last Visit” column indicates when a visitor or visitors last visited the site. The “Percentage of All Visits” column describes the percentage of recent visits compared to all visits within the set time range.

Visitor recency helps indicate how often your users engage with your website. The shorter the time in between visits, the more likely that your users find your website useful and engaging. Optimizing your site using the Visitor Recency metrics usually means frequently updating pages with new content or products that your visitors will enjoy.

Inactive Users for Yammer and Sitrion

This report indicates and identifies the inactive users within Yammer or Sitrion, based on their lack of activity as a user during the time range. An inactive user is a user who has not added or interacted with content in the communities, including posts, comments, questions, answers or likes.

Yammer – User Activity

This report  lists the top Yammer users, and includes the number of posts, replies, likes, shares and attachments they have contributed.

The Users Activity table widget contains the following columns:

User - The assigned user name
Posts - The total number of posts by the user
Replies - The total number of replies contributed by the user to all posts
Likes - The total number of likes the user has given
Shares - The total number of posts the user has shared
Attachments - The total number of attachments the user has contributed

  • Enable drill down in the search phrases and external destinations reports
  • Send a report via email as an attachment (CSV, PDF)
  • Export survey reports and SEO reports to CSV, PDF
  • Importing meta data for sites, list items and documents and filtering reports by them (requires an additional license – “SharePoint Metadata”)
  • Video Tracking for SharePoint OOTB videos – HTML 5, SilverLight (requires an additional license – “Video Tracking”)


For Administrators:

  • New configuration screens for system jobs
  • Portal Tree Updates > Custom Tree Adaptor (used to be in advanced settings in Portal Tree Updates service parameters window)
  • Active Directory Updates > Users and Groups Management (used to be in the Active Directory Updates service parameters window)
  • Report Scheduling > Mail Settings (used to be in the Report Scheduling service parameters window)
  • User Categories Updates > User Categories Management (used to be in the user categories updates service parameters window and now also includes a UI for Configuring Visitor Segmentation for Authenticated Users)
  • Roles – added last seen – admin -> roles -> last seen column (shows the last time each user opened CL)

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