In the Meetings tab of Advanced Analytics, click on Total Participants column to sort the data in descending order. Once the data is sorted, meetings with the most participants will show up at the top of the list.
Similarly if you want to see the meeting with longest duration, sort based on the column “Meeting Mins.” (Meeting Minutes represents the clock time of the meeting – Participant Minutes and the subsidiary values take into account the number of participants and their individual length of participation on the call. In the “Ivan Montoya” meeting above, you see a fairly typical example of a 60 minute meeting attended by four people. The Meeting Minutes column reflects the clock time of 60 minutes, and the Participant Minutes and Participant Video Minutes fields reflect that it was a total of four people for most of the duration.)
If you want to filter the data for a particular range of participants or meeting minutes, or in combination with additional criteria, you can use the Add Filter search box to drill down further.
In vAnalytics for Webex, you can view the meetings with the most participants by navigating to the Meeting Activity panel on the Dashboard.
Clicking on the ‘>12 participants’ bar will navigate you to Meetings tab and display the meetings with participant count greater than 12 sorted in descending order.
(You can of course simply go straight to the Meetings tab and sort by the Participants column as well; the above method is just a alternate way to see the most-attended meetings.)
Tip: You can use the date range picker in the top right of any tab in Advanced Analytics to change the dates you want to analyze. You can click on the button at the top right corner of your page to schedule a one time or recurring report.