Performance Metrics Explorer Interface Overview
When you open Performance Metrics Explorer from the Analytics menu () and filter on specific campaigns, you see the following interface:
Parts of Performance Metrics Explorer
|1||Campaign Filter||Use this field to filter on specific campaigns. As soon as you start typing, suggestions appear that match the entered text.|
|2||Share Performance View||Share button that takes you to the Share Performance View window. For more information, see Share a Performance View.|
|3||Metrics Summary Breakdowns||
Select whether to display the performance metrics totals only for the campaigns you filtered on (default) or their goals as well.
|4||Expand/Collapse||Use it to expand or collapse the Metrics Summary table and Performance History Graphs.|
|5||Metrics Summary||The performance metrics totals for the campaigns you filtered on and their goals, if you selected the goals breakdown.|
Select the metrics you want to display on every time series graph in the Performance History Graphs section. By default, impressions are selected and displayed in all the graphs.
|7||Performance History Graphs||
Time series graphs broken down by day. The graphs show the performance of your campaigns or their goals during their runtimes, based on the selected performance metrics. You can hover over the graphs to see the numbers for each day. Time periods where no data is recorded are not displayed.
For selected campaigns and their goals where no metrics are available, the Performance History displays the following message: No data to show.
|8||Performance Metrics||By default, impressions are selected and displayed in all the
graphs as soon as you filter on campaigns. You can customise the
performance metrics you want to see for each of the campaign or goal
time series graphs. The following metrics are available:
|9||Performance History Graphs Filter Tabs||For each campaign, you can select whether you want to display the campaign (default) or goal time series graph.|
- When you reload the page, all data is lost.
- When you filter on specific campaigns and configure the metrics summary breakdowns (part 3), selected metrics (part 6), and graph filters (part 9) as desired, these are stored in the URL and history. This means that when you choose to filter on different campaigns, with or without reloading the page, the same breakdowns, metrics, and filters are applied to those campaigns by default.