In CPM Analytics, navigate to the Meetings tab and select your bridging infrastructure from the Systems drop down. The data will then refresh to show only meetings held on the bridge system(s) you selected. You can then narrow this search down to meetings with meeting minutes greater than '1' by clicking on 'New Group' ‘Meeting Minutes is greater than 1’ as shown below.
This is demonstrated in the example below where we’ve added filters to view bridge meetings where the meeting minutes were greater than 1.
Do you want to schedule this as a recurring report? You can use the share button at the top right corner to schedule a report to be emailed to you.
If you want to identify the participants involved in a particular meeting, you can use the Meetings view of the Meetings tab in CPM Analytics. You can search for a specific meeting by using the Meeting Name contains/equals filter. Once you find your meeting, you can expand to see the list of participants by clicking the Meeting Name expand.
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.
If you want to see all the meetings that occurred on a particular bridge, you can navigate to the Meetings tab in CPM Analytics module, select your bridging infrastructure from the Systems dropdown. The data will then refresh to show only meetings that used the bridge(s) you selected as shown in the example below.
For more information, please refer to the following articles in the Vyopta Knowledge Base:
- How can I see all the meetings that occurred on a particular bridge?
- How do I measure adoption of a new bridge technology?
Can’t quite find what you need? Let’s run through creating this panel and then we can deep dive to more advanced panel creation. First, click the link in the upper right under the date range selected. From here, select ‘Trend’ as our panel type and then pick the ‘Meetings’ category. Then we’ll select either ‘Meeting Minutes’ as our Metric (Value) and group the results by System Type (Acronym). Now we want to filter the selected data set to only meetings that used a bridge (in other words, exclude point to point calls). We do this by using the Meeting Type (Bridge/P2P) filter and setting it to Bridge, as illustrated below.
… which leaves us with just the meetings that used a bridging technology organized by bridge type! For more info on using filters and creating custom panels, please see our Creating Panels page.
If you want to analyze the meetings on a particular bridge, you can use the Creating Panels page in Advanced Analytics.
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