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Eli Tribe TEAM
Customer Support Manager at Tribe

Hi Malavika, 

Thanks for the question. You as an admin should be able to see when was the last time that a user was logged in. Simply go to the user's profile page and you can see the last login time there: 

Hey team, is there any way where we can find the user's login activity of the day, just the information whether he has logged in for the day or not

 

To see the reports for all your users, you need to check Admin Panel> Members> then check out the Last Seen column:

Hey team, is there any way where we can find the user's login activity of the day, just the information whether he has logged in for the day or not
PreetishTribe Team
Ḿarkḛtinḡ ḁt Tribë

Hey @Abhyank Srinet19 👋 

Apologies for the delayed response.

Amplitude captures events such as asking questions, posting answers, upvoting, commenting, etc. Hence, it won't be possible to measure the time spent by users and the number of answers viewed per user.

Eli Tribe TEAM
Customer Support Manager at Tribe

Steven,

Very good question. Please allow me to clarify some facts: 

  1. If you are inserting the link of a video from 3rd party software like YouTube, Vimeo, etc, those tools already have their own analytics and you can see the reports on the number of views. 
  2. But, if you are "uploading" a video as a "file" to the community posts and it is not hosted in other software like the one mentioned above, at this moment, Tribe does not send the event for "# of views" to the analytics tools like GA and Amplitude. 

Note: Our product team already has this in their plans for the future to send the events for a number of views on each video. There is no specific timeline regarding this new feature to be shared with the public. As soon as there is an update, our product team will announce it here11

PreetishTribe Team
Ḿarkḛtinḡ ḁt Tribë

Hi @Igor Sempre Bom19 - Thanks for asking!

There is no direct Hotjar integration with Tribe. However, there are two easy ways to integrate Hotjar with Tribe.

  1. You can add the tracking script that Hotjar generates in the Advanced Settings (Admin Settings > Theme) area of your community.
  2. If you have implemented Google Tag Manager in your community, you can easily add Hotjar. Here is a detailed guide25.

Hope this helps.