Xaleon provides you with various statistics which are rehashed in different dashboard views. You find the
Dashboard in the main menu on the left.
Customize your Dashboard
Create a new Dashboard
You can customize current Dashboards just as you like. If needed, you can simply add a new Dashboard to fit all your requirements by clicking on
+ New Dashboard.
Afterwards you can choose to create a custom dashboard or add a default one. To add a custom dashboard simply click
+ Add custom dashboard
Before the dashboard can be created, it has to be given a name. Optionally you can add an icon to identify the dashboard faster afterwards.
After the dashboard has been created, it can be set as default by clicking the
Set as default button. Furthermore, you can add widgets to view statistics of your Xaleon-Console. To add widgets press the
Add widget button.
Add new Widgets
When clicking on the
Add widget button, the
Widget Configuration window shows up where you can configure your new widget. You can choose from different categories to select your statistic data. Depending on your selection, you can choose from various Data Sources.
Then you have to select the type of representation.
At last you can configure the title, color and the description (optional).
The currently selected dashboard can be editted by clicking on
Settings and then
Edit. You can also delete the dashboard by clicking on
While the edit mode is active, you can drag and drop the widgets as you like. Additionally, you can filter, group edit and delete the current widgets. The edit mode can be closed by clicking on the
Close edit mode button in the top right corner
Realtime you see all sessions that are currently active on your website. The map shows where the visitors are coming from. Further below you see the actual list of sessions, which you can join by clicking on them.
To enable this dashboard, make sure that you created the
Co-Browsing / Analyticsplugin and integrated it to your website.
All incoming conversations and messages from WebChat or Facebook Messenger are evaluated. In
Chat you can find helpful metrics regarding that. You can change the time scope by clicking on the default
Last 7 Days button in the top right corner.
Number of Conversations
Conversation is opened every time a customer messages you through WebChat or Facebook Messenger. Conversations are re-opened/counted again,
- in WebChat, when the user closes the browser (window.sessionStorage is cleared) and visits the page again;
- in Facebook Messenger, when the user sends a message after a 15 minute pause.
Conversation is opened, it is marked as
Conversations average duration is the time the
Conversation is marked as such. This happens to be until an agent changes the state to
Average Response Time
Time range between marking the user as
UNRESOLVED and the first message sent by a support agent. The average response time can be found under the
Conversations average duration.
Get an overview how many sessions where opened on your website in the day-by-day in the past. Learn which browsers and devices visitors most likely use. Furthermore, you can view the most used devices as well as the top countries.
Learn more about the activity of each of your agents and the who the people are that reach out to you.
List of registered users, including information:
- Status - is user currently an available agent (is his status online/offline).
- Logged In - is user currently logged into platform (no matter if he set himself available or not).
Conversations done by user
Number of conversations handled by each user within set time period.
Messages by user
Number of messages sent (outgoing) by each user within set time period.
Average CoBrowsing duration
Number of minutes CoBrowsing sessions took from start to end per average.
Agent online status
Timeline to show how available agents were over course of time.