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In this course of videos, we’re looking at Session Analysis tab within the KPIs and Metrics under Reporting. And now we’re going to be looking at the Sessions By Start Time report.
Now, apologies if you’ve been watching through the course one by one, I might sound like a broken record, but for those of you that have just come straight to this report, we’re filtering this tab based on a specific session, because that shows me the more detailed reports based on that said session.
If I was to do it based on all session types, it will only show me the session summary and the sessions of day by week.
So if you want to look at specific session activity and how well it’s doing, for example, then specify what session you want to look at, click update.
And as always, you can filter by venue if you have more than one, and you can filter to different date ranges and customise your own date range as well.
Okay, now I’ve repeated myself for those that have done it and been following through, we’re looking at Sessions By Start Time.
So, what this will do is show you the session attendance and demand based on the start time. So we can see here that we’ve got three different start times for our Foundation session.
We can see how many sessions we’ve had in total, what the total capacity has been and the total number of bookings.
We can then also see again, the total percent filled, how many were left on the wait list and how many are auto booked. We also then get the average pre-book time.
So what we can see here is this is, is kind of biased data because we’ve only got one session for each of the other times, but if you imagine there was quite a bit more data in there, you’d see that your 11 o’clock start time is much more popular than your 11:30 or 2:20.
You could then utilise this information should you wish to say: “Right, okay, do you know what, The 2:20 class is just not busy at all. Maybe people are on the school run. No one can really make it. Let’s get rid of that. Give us some time back on the gym floor and we’ll focus on the 11:00 and 11:30 sessions only.”
So that’s how you can kind of use this information should you wish, but essentially that’s what this is showing you is a breakdown of each session based on the time that it starts and then the capacity and total percent filled and how many people have auto booked as well, showing the demand for that specific session time.
Hopefully that makes sense. If you have any other questions around that, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Otherwise, I’ll see you on my next video.