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Intranet Monitoring template helps organizations track intranet usage and provide Intranet analytics through collecting internal data.
On this page, a company will be able to have a summarised view of how frequently employees use the Intranet, with which device, and which content resonates the most with them. All this could drive important insights and as a result help companies increase Intranet traffic.
What will you find on the page?
The "visit counts" is a site analytics web part that allows the company understands how often employees access the Intranet. The data can be filtered by the last 7 days/30days/90days and further can be exported in a CSV file. The web part can be configured to show the visit count of a specific page on the Intranet.
"Traffic by device" is also a site-analytics web part that will display the usage per device.
Powell Software along with the company Intranet has a mobile application that allows accessing the Intranet through the mobile app. The employees that work remotely, would access the company intranet mostly through the mobile application. For example - sales representatives. This web part would show whether the mobile app usage by remote workers is high. The data can be filtered by 7days/30days/9days and further exported in the CSV file.
"Most Popular Content" is also a site analytics web part displaying the most popular content on the site. A communications manager would want to know whether the company news posted on the intranet results in high user viewing. Based on the data analysis, the communications department could create content that resonates with employees the most. All this could play an important part in the company’s overall communication strategy.
Finally, the "Change Management" is a changes audit web part that tracks all the changes made on the Intranet. For example, if someone updates a page or changes an image, it will be listed on this web part.
The title will display the Intranet site page on which the change has been made. The date will display the exact date of the change. The user column will display the name of the person responsible for the change. The object will list the type of change. And lastly, the "action" will show whether it was a system update or a standard update.