How to View Your Data and Analytics

We have two main dashboards where you can see your data: the Webinars dashboard and People dashboard.

Webinars dashboard

You can select the active columns to view different information such as: number of registrants/live attendees/no-shows/replay viewers, number of messages/questions/polls, team members, guest speakers, number of sessions, creation date, average duration, and more. 

People dashboard

When you click on a webinar, we will show all of your registrants and their data in the People dashboard. We will also include a graph on the progression of visits and registrations. The graph time period will depend on when you published the webinar and the webinar start date. 

If you want to see the data specifically for one session of a recurring webinar, click on + filter with a session :

When you select session, you'll see a new graph with two options to view: progression of registrations & progress of connected attendees during the webinar.

How to view attendance data

Make sure to check the attendance active columns that you want to view in your dashboard:

And voila 🎊 You can see just how engaged your attendees were during the webinar! 

What data do we capture

Go to your People dashboard and check out the active columns. These are the columns of data that you can display in your dashboard.

The following is a list of all of the data (active columns) that we capture for your registrants. You can display any of these in your dashboard by simply selecting the active columns.


  • Avatar
  • Name
  • Email
  • Email statuses
  • Webinar access key
  • City (from IP)
  • Country (from IP)


  • Registration date


*custom fields you've added to the form


  • Attended
  • Attendance rate
  • Attendance duration
  • Has viewed replay
  • Number of messages
  • Number of questions
  • Number of answered polls
  • Number of questions upvotes


  • Referrer
  • UTM source
  • UTM medium
  • UTM term
  • UTM content
  • UTM campaign


  • Browser
  • Browser version
  • Operation system
  • Operating system version
  • Screen height
  • Screen width