How to categorize search terms This blog article will look at how to use WebSpy’s Profiles to categorize the search terms that users have typed into Search Engines, and add this information to reports.
Vantage Ultimate can be a very effective tool for generating useful management employee internet reports on Internet, email, and network activity in large organizations. Because large organizations generally have a large volume of log data to report on, here are a few guidelines to help make the reporting process as efficient as possible.
To create anonymous Internet reports in Vantage you can the MD5 function to replace summary items with a unique MD5 sum, such as “294de3557d9d0b3d2d8a1e6aab028cf”.
A table in a report is not limited to just a single summary field, such as user or site or date, all of these can be included in a single table if you want them to.
A lot of the sample reports that come with WebSpy Vantage have a section of the report for Productivity, so what does this mean and how can you customize it?
In this video we will look at how to report on the search terms that users have typed into search engines. You can also view this information in a text article here: http://www.webspy.com/blogs/index.php/reporting-on-keywords-typed-into-search-engines/
In this video we will look at the structure of report templates, and how you can use structure to report on what you want to see. You can also view this information in a text article here: http://www.webspy.com/blogs/index.php/report-templates-template-structure/
This article will show you how to report on categories of websites with WebSpy Vantage.
This video will explain how to publish a report to the Vantage Ultimate Web Module, and the various options and permission settings available. You can also view this information in a text article here: http://www.webspy.com/blogs/index.php/publishing-a-report-to-the-web-module/
In this video we will look at the construction of a node within the report template, and what you can customize on it. You can also view this information in a text article here: http://www.webspy.com/blogs/index.php/report-templates-what-makes-up-a-node/