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Definition

The Analysis view (also called the dashboard) is composed of widgets that help to quantitatively analyze mentions, brand performance, and more.

The Analysis view is where your project results are summarized in a quantified form. Here, you can monitor how trends spread across time, how your marketing campaigns performed across different communication channels or how many people your posts reached. :chart-with-upwards-trend:

An Analysis is automatically created for every new project, unless you choose not to create one during project creation. Note that Analysis dashboards are fully customizable - you can freely choose and arrange the widgets within.

What can I do with an Analysis?

:one: Customize

If you like to dig through the results and create more advanced analyses tailored to your needs, use the Customize button in the top left corner. :arrow-upper-left: This way you can add, remove and duplicate widgets, as well as rearrange, resize them, and change their names. The filters allow you to focus your analysis on selected sources, timeframe, mention sentiment — and more!

:two: Share

Do you want to send real time insights to a colleague or let your client track hot and trending topics? Use the Share option to generate a link to your Analysis dashboard. If you want to focus on a specific aspect of your project, SentiOne can apply selected filters to the shared view.

:question: Can’t see the Share button? Contact us via Intercom or email!

:three: Download

Do you need to make a presentation from the results? You can get the dashboard's widgets in the PowerPoint format by clicking the download icon in the upper right corner of the screen. :arrow-down:

:four: Compare results

You can compare two or more projects. There are two ways to accomplish this:

:large-blue-diamond: Use the Filters in the upper right corner of the Analysis or particular widget and select more than one project to compare.

:large-blue-diamond: Select the Analysis module from the side menu and Create a new Comparison Analysis.

Learn more about the Analysis :fast-forward:


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