5 new features you can use today in the Webtrekk Suite
1. New iOS SDK
The newest version of the Webtrekk software development kit (SDK), version 4.0, is live for iOS.
Implementation requires just a few lines of code, letting you painlessly dig into retention, engagement and install data, including deep link attribution.
Version 4.0 is more flexible than ever. In addition to an IT-free setup, you can reconfigure your tracking as much as you want without having to launch a new version of your app.
2. Time Series
The new Time Series function lets you easily see how user behavior changes over time.
Suppose you want to look at the operating systems that your visitors use. This is how such an analysis might look – some cumulative data from a selected time period.
With the Time Series, you are just a couple clicks away from seeing this data in context. First, click the Time Series icon:
Now you can simply select the operating systems and time scale you want to see in your graph…
… and you have weeks’ worth of data in 15 seconds:
3. Filtered logins
Filtered logins let you focus on the most relevant data.
If, for example, you have different language versions of your website, you can set filtered logins so the Italian team only see the Italian data. Meanwhile, the France team could have its own filtered login, while management maintains a complete overview of everything.
You can filter on anything. Give your mobile analysts the device data they need, or go even deeper and give your iOS developer just the iPhone numbers.
4. PDF via email
You can email your analyses and reports directly from the Suite as PDFs.
From directly inside the report, just set your recipients, your delivery time, your subject line, etc., and get data into the right inbox.
5. Secondary axis
Webtrekk Analytics' secondary axis features lets you compare two totally different metrics in the same chart.
Let's say you want to look at Page Impressions and New Visit Rate %. The page impressions might never dip below 2,000, and the New Visit Rate % will never get above 100. Not a great combination to display side-by-side in a chart.
With the secondary axis, you can get a single overview of both metrics.
After you create your primary axis just right click on another metric and choose "Show in chart (secondary axis)":
That metric will the appear in the original chart, but with the total displayed on the other axis: