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Deeper Stream Analytics
 Jan 3, 2018 7:27:17 AM
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I am a big fan of the security and employee engagement that Stream offers as opposed to O365 Video or Youtube as a hosting platform for internal content.  However, I'm really disappointed with the depth of available analytics and would like to see the following stat points added to the platform:

 

- average percentage of the video watched, or a graphical breakdown like we had with O365 video

- geographical breakdown of views

- views over time

- playback location (embed vs. native)

- traffic source (where they came from to watch)

- Playback device

 

Ideally, I'd like to have a dashboard where I could see videos that I have admin access to (not just that I've uploaded) so that I could compare one video to another or see trends over time, that could be filtered by videos I've uploaded, Channels, and teams.

 

This would be a really valuable tool for us if Microsoft will do more than just dip its toe into video.

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Occasional Contributor

Agreed, we can't launch Stream as it stands. There seems a lack of any reporting and no integration with SharePoint search, which is key for us with a SharePoint intranet.

 

At the moment there's no benefit to moving to Stream compared to storing videos in a SP library, which gives better stats and returns items in a search.

Agree - statistics are essential.

Occasional Contributor

A few more things that would would look to report on...

 

  • Upload date
  • Views
  • Number of people it reached
  • Who has viewed, by dept etc.
  • Device
  • Average view time
  • Total View time
  • Comments/likes/feedback
Regular Visitor

Ditto above and +1 for Who watched the video.  We need to track by user to ensure they are watching 'required' training videos.

Occasional Visitor

greed, we need the ability to see who watched the video and how long. 

Occasional Visitor

Engagement Numbers Please!

"average percentage of the video watched, or a graphical breakdown like we had with O365 video"

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