Release Notes For Business

Release Notes For Education

 

View Admin Dashboard

The Admin Dashboard provides administrators with high-level usage statistics, including the number of concurrent users, sessions served, which apps are used the most, and how often users login.

 

 

View Admin Dashboard

Using your preferred web browser, navigate to the URL for your Apporto system, for example, “mycollege.apporto.com”, and log in to the system using your Admin credentials.

Click the Analytics   icon in the Navigation panel.

The ‘Admin Dashboard’ displays.

The Admin Dashboard provides four charts showing usage statistics for your Apporto service.

 

User Sessions

How many users/sessions did you serve?

This graph shows the number of concurrent users and sessions for a specified time period.


Select the time period for which you wish to view statistics from the drop-down menu: Current, 2, 30, 90 or 365 days. The default selection is 30 days.

When Current or 2 days is selected, hourly statistics are shown. When 30, 90, or 365 days is selected, daily statistics are shown.

Mouse over a node on the graph to view usage statistics for the associated hour or day.

 

Desktop/App Usage Patterns

 

What are the desktops/app usage patterns? 

This graph shows the number of sessions delivered for a specific desktop or app for a specified time period.


Select the relevant app or desktop and time period from the drop-down menus.

When Current or 2 days is selected, hourly statistics are shown. When 30, 90, or 365 days is selected, daily statistics are shown.

Mouse over a node on the graph to view usage statistics for the associated hour/day.

 

Desktop/App Usage Frequency

 

How frequently are your apps/desktops used? 

This graph shows the frequency of usage for all desktops and apps defined for your system.


Select the desired criteria by which you wish to measure usage statistics, Session Hours, Users or Sessions.  The default selection is Session Hours.

Mouse over a bar on the graph to view usage statistics for the associated desktop/app.

 

Users Locations

 

Where are users logging in from? 

This graph shows an approximation of end users locations (based on geo-IP data) for users who accessed the system over the last 30 days. 
 


By default, the map provides a view of North America.  You may toggle to World to see a global view.  

Larger dots indicate more users.  Mouse over a dot to see details about the number of users and the IP location.