Welcome to the Annoto Dashboard!
‌The Annoto Dashboard was designed in order to shed light upon learners' video consumption and behavior within Annoto in-video collaboration widget, providing you with analytics and insights regarding their activity in the course.

The dashboard provides a number of views allowing to get a quick glance on the course activities and gradually dive into details up to insights on single user activity on specific video.
The main views are:
  • Course View - contains course overview, activity trends and quickly spot the most engaged user or the most engaging video.
  • Video View - provides detailed insights on a specific video.
  • User View - provides detailed insights on specific user activities within the course.
Each view has a clean top to bottom structure:
The Navigation Bar is bread crumbs style navigation system that indicates the view you are in and allows quick navigation. For more details please jump to Navigating the Dashboard.

Illustration: Annoto controls bar
The Controls Bar contains the title for the current view, for example: course title for Course View and video title for Video View. In addition it will always contain the selected Time Range, for more details please refer to Working with Time Range.
You can also follow\ unfollow all the videos in the course (\channel) directly from the dashboard, by clicking on Follow this Course button. When the button is clicked, it will look like this:
This means you will receive notifications for any new comment or reply that is added to any of the the videos in this course (\channel). Clicking on it again will disable notifications
In addition it will always contain the selected Time Range, for more details please refer to Working with Time Range.
Depending on the view it may contain additional information and/or buttons

This is the heart of the dashboard providing the analytics, trends and management capabilities. The content changes depending on the View, please keep reading for details of each view, Course View is a good place to start.

To navigate into more specific view, simply click on one of the rows in the tables in Main Content.
For example, from the Course View:
Beneath each table, you can control the navigation of it.
You can increase the number of rows in each table, to view more analytics and insights in one place:

To navigate back, simply click on one of the bread crumbs on the Navigation Bar.
For example:
The above navigation bar show Video View of a video called "Climate Change 101" in a course called "Annoto". Clicking on the course name will take you back to the Course View.

The dashboard has 2 modes for showing the information in the Main Content. Each mode provides different features and content.

When the graph icon in the Controls Bar is “off” (grey -
), the dashboard is in all-time overview mode and will reflect the entire activity since "the beginning of time".
Some features work only in the all-time overview mode, such as Manage the Discussion in the Video View.

‌When the graph icon is “on” (red -
), the dashboard is in specific time range mode and will provide analytics for the selected time period. Time period can be set by clicking on the date range. Clicking the date range will open a calendar in which you can choose your preferred dates:
Before selecting the time period, specific time range mode must be activated by clicking on the graph icon. When "All-time Overview" is shown, the calendar date range selector is disabled.
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Dashboard Structure
Navigation Bar
Controls Bar
Main Content
Navigating the Dashboard
Diving into Details
Navigating the tables
Looking at the Bigger Picture
Working with Time Range
All Time Overview
Specific Time Range