24 Replies Latest reply on Jun 26, 2015 8:16 AM by tmaurer

    CMR data is based on only users logged in during past 30 days

    tmaurer

      I was investigating some seemingly odd variations in profile data completion percentages, and got this response from Seth Purkerson:

      based on what you've described it sounds indicative of CMR's "inactive" user clause.  CMR will only count users which have been engaged (logged in and viewed some content) in the last 30 days.  Any users which have not been active in the last thirty days get taken out of the 'pool' of users which can cause these numbers to change.

       

      I'm distressed to hear that what is captured in CMR is only those people who have logged in during the last 30 days. IF there was also a way to get data on all registered users, then this might be OK. But if all I can get is data on people who have logged in during the last 30 days, I think that is leaving a lot of actionable stuff off the table, and skewing the numbers I've been reporting (if only for a lack of context).

       

      What does everyone else think?

      Ted Hopton, nbussard, Keeley Sorokti, Dennis Pearce