Shared Performance View Interface Overview
When you open a Shared Performance View, you see the following interface:
Parts of Shared Performance View
|1||Metrics Summary Breakdowns||
Select whether to display the performance metrics totals only for the shared campaigns (default) or also include either their goals, their format types, or their devices.
Note: When breaking down the campaign performance data, you can either include their goals OR their format types OR their devices. You cannot select multiple breakdowns.
|2||Expand/Collapse||Use it to expand or collapse the Metrics Summary table and Performance History Graphs.|
|3||Metrics Summary||The performance metrics totals for the shared campaigns and the selected breakdown (goal, format type, or device), if any.|
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.
The metrics persist in all the graphs when you select them through this part of the interface, even when you reload the page, in contrast to selecting the metrics on each individual graph.
|5||Performance History Graphs||
Time series graphs broken down by day. The graphs show the performance of the shared campaigns, their goals, format types, or devices 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 the campaigns, goals, format types, or devices where no metrics are available, the Performance History displays the following message: No data to show.
By default, impressions are selected and displayed in all the graphs.
You can customise the performance metrics you want to see for each of the campaign, goal, format type, or device time series graphs. The following metrics are available:
|7||Performance History Graphs Filter Tabs||For each campaign, you can select whether you want to display the campaign (default), goal, format type, or device time series graph.|