Session Tags allow you to be able to mark and filter Session data. This can be used for A/B testing metrics or simply indicating noteworthy sessions. There is a limit of 100 tags per organization and 10 tags per session.
Session Tag Page
You can manage Session Tags via the Session Tag Page in the Administration tab. Here you can create, view, and edit your organizations' Session Tags.
You can create session tags from the Session Tag Page, or by clicking the
CREATE NEW option in the Apply Session Tag dropdown menu
You will have the option to set the name, color, and associated projects.
Tag colors are purely for aesthetics and visual organization, and does not have any functional differences.
You can choose which projects the Session Tag will show up on. If you select all (or none) of the projects, it will be considered an Organization-Level Tag and show on all pages, including projects you create in the future. Associated Projects can always be changed later on by clicking on the "Edit" button.
When creating a new Session Tag, the tag must not exceed 12 characters.
Tags can be created and applied to Sessions on the Dashboard on the Sessions List, Session Details, and Insights pages. Press the tag icon on the Session to open the tag dropdown. To change tags on multiple sessions at once, you can select Sessions from the list and use the Add Tag and Remove Tag buttons in the header.
Filtering by Tags
When selecting the Filter by Tag on a Scene page, only Sessions that include the selected Tag will have their metrics included in the following places:
- All pages with the metrics: Session Counts, Last Session, Avg. Session Duration, Total Session Time, etc.
- Dynamic Object metrics
- Objectives (including xAPI results)
- Exported csv data
Test Mode will be activated when all your current sessions in a scene are marked with the test or junk tag. This will temporarily show aggregate data on all scene-level pages. This allows you to test and try out the dashboard before running real data. Once a full session comes through, test and junk session data are excluded from aggregate data results. View more about how test/junk sessions work here.