A healthy community is an active one. Understanding community health starts with understanding its activity.
The incremental Activity Growth - Integration breakdown report helps you understand the newly generated volume of this activity - for each period and integration individually, therefore it is great for assessing immediate change and even the impact of seasonality.
As this is an incremental metric, fluctuation of the data is natural, as activity volume is affected by seasonality, events, and public holidays, …
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The count of community activities generated only within this bucket is calculated for each date bucket. This is done for each integration, resulting in as many data series as there are integrations.
How to read this data
Each data point represents the volume of activities generated during a period (week/month/…); each integration gets its own data set. This volume is independent of any previous periods. If the volume is increasing over time for one of the data sets, it means that in each period, more activities were generated from this integration than in the previous one. Even if the volume is constant over time, it means that your community is active, just that the volume of the activity is stable across periods (no growth), which is not necessarily a bad thing.
This report is a great addition to the Activity Growth - Incremental report, as it helps you understand which integration is responsible for the majority of activities.
Furthermore, to understand what activity specifically is causing the disproportion in between integrations, try checking out the Activity Growth - Type breakdown report.
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