Chay Hunter

Chay heads up the marketing, the content, and the table tennis at GameAnalytics. He’s a passionate cinephile who plays way too many games and loves a good book. He rarely wins at table tennis. Follow Chay on Twitter.

We are launching several new features inside the GameAnalytics tool today, features that will leave no secrets between you and your games.
Without further introduction, here’s what we have in store for you:

Smarter predefined dashboards and metrics

Say goodbye to the old Design, Business and User tabs. Meet Acquisition, Engagement and Monetization. The predefined metrics featured in these dashboards were hand-picked by industry experts, so that you don’t have to lift a finger to answer your fundamental questions about your game.

Custom dashboards

Since the standard setting is rarely enough, you can now build your own dashboards and display whatever metrics you wish inside them. The dashboards and their widgets are defined per each game entity, so that you can easily share them with the team.

All new custom widgets

You can now render piecharts, histograms and even world maps inside the GameAnalytics tool; there’s so much awesomeness in this one that we’re not even going to try to spoil it.

User acquisition functionality

That’s right, you suggested it, we listened. GameAnalytics can now also track user acquisition information; our partnership with Mobile App Tracking makes it even easier to start with user acquisition and other services will be added in the future.

But they say one picture is a thousand words. So then how much is 30 pictures per second from our Product Designer worth? You tell us, by watching the GameAnalytics dashboards walkthrough below…

Chay Hunter

Chay heads up the marketing, the content, and the table tennis at GameAnalytics. He’s a passionate cinephile who plays way too many games and loves a good book. He rarely wins at table tennis. Follow Chay on Twitter.

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