The Workstation Dashboard is the analytics platform for Workstation. It provides value and visibility, requiring no action from the user.
The dashboard serves as the WalkMe Console homepage, providing quick links to common features and analytics data about user engagement.
Features include the “Invite Co-Workers” button, which can be used to invite other users to manually download Workstation.
In addition, the dashboard shows analytics data about user engagement with Workstation.
Dashboard Analytics Widgets
Change the environment dropdown on the top right of the Console to display data for the selected environment
Filter the dashboard to display data according to audiences so that you can see how different user groups are engaging with Workstation
3. Deployment status
Breakdown of recent device and user activity that includes only users and devices that have version 2.0 and higher, and does not include mobile devices.
This pie chart is broken into three metrics:
- Active users: Unique users who have opened Workstation at least once (on any device) in the last 30 days
- Connected users: Unique users who have signed into Workstation (on one or more more devices), but haven’t opened it on any device in the last 30 days
- Inactive devices: Unique devices that have Workstation installed, but no user has signed into it in the last 30 days
Deployment status CSV file
Click Export to download a CSV (file name: Workstation Deployment status ), that includes a list of all users and the number of devices they have active, connected or inactive. The User identifier Column containing list of emails or ID (for hashed accounts) For inactive devices in this column will include machine ID
See a video explaining the Deployment status tile:
4. Workstation adoption
Device and user activity across the selected time period
Available time periods: Today, Last 7 days, last 30 days, last 3 months, or last 6 months
This stacked bar graph visualizes activity across the available devices. The metrics are the same as the deployment status widget: Active users and connected users.
5. Users activity
Provides you with insights on how your users are using Workstation and the value they are getting from it
Each color cube describes a specific action that was done by a user:
- Open: a user has intentionally opened WS, this can be done by clicking the icon
- Successful search: a user has clicked one of the results return when performing a search
- View a resource: a user clicked an article, video, shuttle or SWT from the resources page or offered from a search
- App Used: a user has clicked an item in an app widget or launched an app that was returned as a search result
- ActionBot used: a user started a conversation with the bot
- Notifications screen: a user navigated to the notification screen and viewed the listed notifications
- Tasks performed: a user has started a task
See a video explaining the User Activity cubes:
6. Top tasks
Track user engagement and task completion for Onboarding Tasks and checklists
This table displays the most popular tasks across the selected time period (Today, Last 7 days, last 30 days, last 3 months, or last 6 months). Each row is a WalkMe Onboarding Task and the columns are:
- Assigned: How many users have access to this Onboarding Task
- Completed: How many users completed the task
Click Show all to see a list of all of the available Tasks. You can also search for a specific task and download multiple CSV’s that contain additional information about the tasks and users who completed them.
(6.1) Tasks engagement CSV file & Tasks completion by user CSV file Click the top Export to download 2 CSV files. Tasks engagement CSV includes a list of all tasks as shown in the “show more” pop up. it contains: Tasks completion by user CSV includes user data on all tasks This is the most extensive report that can be exported it contains: (6.2) Specific Task engagement by user report CSV file includes the following data on the specific task clicked:
Total Started tasks
Total completed tasks
Completion rate (out of tasks assigned)
Task 1 <name>
Task 2 <name>
Task x <name>
(6.1) Tasks engagement CSV file & Tasks completion by user CSV file
Click the top Export to download 2 CSV files.
Tasks engagement CSV includes a list of all tasks as shown in the “show more” pop up. it contains:
Tasks completion by user CSV includes user data on all tasks
This is the most extensive report that can be exported it contains:
(6.2) Specific Task engagement by user report CSV file includes the following data on the specific task clicked:
7. Most used apps
Which applications your users preferred the most in the last 30 days
Which integrations are being used most by users in the last 30 days. Counting both engagement with specific widgets and clicking on search results that originated from a specific integration.
8. Top searches
Showcases which topics users have searched for in the last 30 days
The top most common search terms from users in the last 30 days.
9. Top content
Which WalkMe items users engaged with the most (excluding Tasks)
The top 5 most played WalkMe Items (Smart Walk-Thrus, articles, videos & shuttles) by users. Including item name, number of total plays, and unique user plays.
To see an expanded item list, click Show all in the top right corner of the page. This will open the All content page with a full list of items. The top 50 items are shown but all items can be searched for.
Currently the list does not contain auto-played items or in-app items, such as launcher, Shout-outs and smart-tips.
Users can download a report from the All content page by clicking the export icon in the top right corner of the page.
Two reports can be downloaded:
- Full Item List: A full list of items with the unique users count and total interactions count, including Smart tips and ShoutOuts
- Smart Walk-Thru List: A detailed list of steps in a specific Smart Walk-Thru and the number of users who interacted with it.
See a video explaining the Top Content tile:
10. Operating systems
How users access Workstation
What Operating System end users have been using in the last 30 days
11. Application version
What version users have
What Workstation Electron version is being used by end users in the last 30 days
12. User retention
Provides insights on how many users are continuing to use Workstation since their join date
The chart displays cohorts of users that all started on the same join date and tracks month to month the percentage of users that have continued to use Workstation.
How cohort data is calculated and displayed:
- Cohort data is calculated monthly, so the current month’s data will not be available until the following month. For example, if a cohort joins in July, you will only see June’s cohort data
- Month-over-month calculations are based on finalized monthly data. This means that active user data for that month won’t be displayed until the month ends
- Month 1 data of a cohort is always a month after the join date. For example, if the cohort Join date is in July, then Month 1 of the cohort will be August
See a video explaining the User Retention tile:
Q. I don’t see any data on the dashboard, what can be the reason?
A. Possible reasons:
- No users have logged into your Workstation yet
- Logged in users are using the old Desktop Workstation, or an older version of the Electron Workstation that is below 0.12
- To check which version you have, click on your profile icon and go to “About”
- Learn how to upgrade to the Electron Workstation: Workstation Installation and Settings Files
- To check which version you have, click on your profile icon and go to “About”
- ec.walkme.com or eu-ec.walkme.com endpoints are not accessible from users machines
Deployment status: Differences between the pie chart and the exported file
There may be minor discrepancies between the data in this file and the corresponding graph. The file is the accurate representation of the data, and any differences between the two is due to performance reasons associated with rendering the graphs on the page
Q. The number of inactive devices in the file is higher than it is pie chart.
A. Active users in the file are counted from the last year and not 30 days. That is in order to give our customers the highest level of clarity on which users/ devices have never logged in to Workstation.
Q. I filtered the file to see only Active users, and the total number is higher than in the pie chart.
A. In the Active/Connected columns you see the number of devices. So, in order to count unique users you’ll need use “count” on the column
Q. I filtered the file to see only Connected users and the total sum is higher than the pie chart
A. Several possible reasons:
- In the active/ connected columns you see the number of devices. So in order to count unique users you’ll need to use “count” on the column.
- A user can be connected on one device and active on another. In this case, when counting users, that user will be counted as active and not as connected. Filter these users out in order to get a correct count of unique connected users.
Q. I filtered the file to see only Active users, and the total number is higher than the total unique devices for active users in the pie chart.
A. Imagine 2 users logged in from the same device. When looking in the pie chart, you’ll see 2 unique users and 1 unique device. The file is ordered by user and has a count of devices per user. That one device they both used will be counted twice.