Search Activity Reporting Now in Sueetie Analytics

On the heels of adding Blog Rss Syndication and Tag Activity, Sueetie Analytics adds Search Activity Reporting for Version 3.2.  Search Analytics gives you a report on site search activity, whether Sueetie Global Search is used or any Sueetie Application search form.

BlogEngine.NET, YetAnotherForum.NET, ScewTurn Wiki and Gallery Server Pro have their own search engine, each with unique application-specific qualities. Sueetie Search Analytics records the application search engine used as the "Search Type."  Along with Search Type, reports include the search terms, user performing the search and search date/time. 

The Reports

There are three types of Search Analytics Reports:

  1. All searches of all search types for specified date span. Includes members only/all users filtering.
  2. All searches by application (search type) for specified date span with members only/all users filtering.
  3. All searches for a selected community member, by specified date span

All Searches by Date Span. The main Search Analytics Report consists of all searches for all search types by date range with the option to filter by member status.

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Searches by Search Type. Clicking on any application/search type element in the main Search Analytics Report will display all searches for that application.

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Searches for Specific User. Clicking on any user on the main report or on the Search Type report will display all searches performed by that user for the specified date span.

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A Return To Addon Pack

Search Activity is the last new Analytics feature planned for Sueetie v3.2. Next up is a return to the Sueetie Addon Pack where there are 3, possibly 4 fun features on the drawing board.  Then Version 3.2 gets packaged and shipped, hopefully still with a May postal date stamped on the envelope like we planned.

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A long time developer, I was an early adopter of Linux in the mid-90's for a few years until I entered corporate environments and worked with Microsoft technologies like ASP, then .NET. In 2008 I released Sueetie, an Online Community Platform built in .NET. In late 2012 I returned to my Linux roots and locked in on Java development. Much of my work is available on GitHub.