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Time to execute a certain feature

  • 19 August 2019
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Hi all, did anyone try/manage to get data through PX on how much time did it take from e.g. Signup to first using feature X?

This seems as a relevant metrics for us, but can't seem to find an "out of the box" solution in PX.

Tnx!

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Best answer by harshibanka 19 August 2019, 19:01

Hi Igor,



Thanks for your question. There are multiple ways to analyse this:



1. You could use our new functionlaity in User retention which enables you to compare two events- First and return event. See more here under Advanced filters in User Retention.



2. You may use Path Analyzer and filter sign up less than 1 day to analyse the first steps/ journey that a user takes after sign up to see if its the ideal path to take



2. You may use Query Builder and select Sign up/one of the above initial steps a user takes, as your event type and audience as signed up less that 1 day



Let us know if this helps.



cc: @alextran



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Hi Igor,

Thanks for your question. There are multiple ways to analyse this:

1. You could use our new functionlaity in User retention which enables you to compare two events- First and return event. See more here under Advanced filters in User Retention.

2. You may use Path Analyzer and filter sign up less than 1 day to analyse the first steps/ journey that a user takes after sign up to see if its the ideal path to take

2. You may use Query Builder and select Sign up/one of the above initial steps a user takes, as your event type and audience as signed up less that 1 day

Let us know if this helps.

cc: @alextran

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Welcome to the PX Community @ikranjcec and thanks for posting!

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Hi @harshibanka , sorry for late reply, I was on vacation. We'll try this ASAP, and let you know.

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@lila_meyer thank you for pointing this out!

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