Interested in how your chatbot is performing? We’ve released new statistics that will help you better understand how the visitors interact with your bot.
You can see the chatbot statistics directly in the SmartHub or in the chatbot settings.
Wondering what exactly do the numbers mean? Let’s go through it together.
- Triggered – this box shows the number of visitors to whom the chatbot was displayed.
- Reactions – this box shows the number of visitors that sent you a message via chat box or clicked at least on one of the buttons as a reaction to the chatbot being displayed in the chat box
- Resolved by chatbot – this box shows the number of visitors that interacted only with the chatbot which means that they have clicked on at least one of the chatbot buttons but did not send any message.
- Escalated to human – this box shows the number of visitors that sent a message via chat box as a reaction to the chatbot being displayed in the chat box. They may, or may not have clicked on one of the chatbot’s buttons.
It’s also worth remembering that:
- The numbers in the boxes are always rounded off.
- Even if visitors browse through several pages on your website, it is always counted as 1 trigger.
- The same goes for chatbot buttons. Even if the visitor clicks on multiple buttons in the chatbot, it is always counted as 1 reaction.
- The statistics of deleted chatbots are still visible in the summary.
- If you open the chatbot preview in the chatbot builder it is not counted in the statistics.
- If the chat box is hidden using the API, the chatbot is not triggered which means that it’s not counted in the statistics.
Yes. In SmartHub you can also try different time filters. This means that you can check the statistics for the last 7 days, 30 days, or 12 months. In the chatbot garage, the statistics are always displayed for the last 30 days.
Not sure what exactly the green and red numbers in the boxes mean? We call these numbers TRENDS and they show you how the number of triggers or reactions has changed compared to the previous time period. Green color signifies positive trend and red color negative trend.
We’ll show you an example: If the number of chatbot reactions in the previous time period is 10 but in this time period it’s only 5, you’ll see the negative trend of -50%.
If the data is not available for some reason then the trend is not displayed.
Still confused? Contact us via the chat box in your dashboard and we’ll be happy to get in touch with you. Please note that customer service is included only in paid packages.