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
Nomenclature Change for Queries in Usage Analytics
As of November 7, 2019, the nomenclature used in all reports, dashboards, and templates of the administration console Usage Analytics menu section has been harmonized with other parts of the product.
The following changes have been done at the metrics level:
- Query Count -> Search Event Count
- Manual Query Count -> Manual Search Event Count
- Refined Query Count -> Refined Search Event Count
- Query Click-Through (%) -> Search Event Click-Through (%)
- Queries With Click -> Search Events With Click
- Visits with Manual Query -> Visits with Manual Search Event
- Click Count -> Click Event Count
This nomenclature change allows Coveo to differentiate search events triggered by the end users’ behavior from the actual resource usage at the API level that counts against the queries per month (QPM) quota included in every customer’s license (see Using the Search Consumption Dashboard).
Another distinction highlighted by this nomenclature change is the one between “query” as a metric and “query” as a dimension. While the metric refers to a “search event”, the dimension refers to the actual text that has been inputted in the search box by the user.
The Query dimension was thus renamed User Query.