Analytics - Section
- Nomenclature Change for Queries
- Use Cases
- Getting Started
- Reviewing User Visits With the Visit Browser
- Retrieving End-Users Information Pushed to Coveo Usage Analytics
- Leveraging Usage Analytics
- Data Export Management
- Dimension Management
- Named Filter Management
- Permission Filter Management
- Metric Alerts Review
- Incoherent Events Review
- Setting the Period to Review Search Usage Data
- Adding Global Dimension Filters
- Logging Coveo Events From Google Tag Manager
- About UA Service Query Suggestions
- About Usage Analytics Limits
Retrieving End-Users Information Pushed to Coveo Usage Analytics
You may want to inspect the end-users information such as their security identity sent by your search interface to Coveo Usage Analytics (Coveo UA). Collecting the proper user data is crucial to ensure that your search solution is delivering a personalized experience for each individual.
To retrieve end-user information pushed to Coveo UA
Google Chrome is the browser used in this article. Although you can access the developer tools using any browser you like, the process may differ.
In the page where the Coveo search component is integrated, access the Network tab of the Google Chrome developer tools by either:
- Pressing the
Right-clicking anywhere in the page, selecting the Inspect option, and then clicking Network tab.
- Pressing the
In the search box, enter a query, and then press
Enteror click the search button.
In the Name column of the network request table, select the HTTP request which corresponds to the query you just submitted.
This should be the latest
In the HTTP request you just opened, in the Headers tab, under the Request Headers section, next to Authorization, select and copy the access token that is displayed after
Go to https://jwt.io/, and then in the Encoded text box, paste the access token.
In the Decoded section, under userIds, you see the user information pushed to Coveo UA.