This chart helps you understand the long-term impact of events on the activity of your community.
The blue line depicts cumulative, event-related activities your community members took, while the grey line represents all other activities. Both lines are made up of cumulative data, meaning data from date 2 contain data from date 1 + net new activities that occurred on date 2.
The scorecard number (16%) reveals how big of a part event activities contribute to the total activity of your community. It is counted as the volume of event activities divided by the total volume of activities (event and non-event ones) on the last date of the selected date range.
The period over period change is absolute, using percentage points - for example, if at the end of the previous period, event activities amounted to 8% of total activities, and at the end of the current period the result is 16%, we display +8%.
The data in the tooltip spotlight activity counts on the hovered-over date, as well as the result of the calculation for that date.
Do not worry if the result of this calculation is low - events only carry impact at scale, so it will take several events until you see comparable volumes of event activities, to the non-event ones.
If there is anything you would like to change or need help with, please contact your success manager, and in case you don't have one yet, please drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org