Engagement Algorithm

Qwilr's Engagement Essentials Algorithms help you measure the engagement of your Qwilr pages! 

You can now set parameters to better understand success, follow-up work, and categorize your team's Qwilr pages at a glance. We've created categories for Highly Engaged, Engaged, Neutral, Disengaged, and Highly Disengaged to be defined in an algorithm you create! 

Let's take a look at our Engagement Essentials in the video below. 

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Getting Started with Engagement

Step 1. Head to Library in the top left of your Qwilr account and select Engagement

Step 2. Here you'll find a landing page to create and customize your Engagement Algorithm however you'd like. Want to use one of our examples? We've built some helpful presets to get you started.

  • Proposals let you focus on the time spent on a given proposal, rather than just view count.
  • Collateral focuses on a balance of views and time spent
  • Landing pages are purely about view count
  • Contracts indicate whether a page has been reviewed for enough time

But let's take a look at building a  New Engagement Algorithm

Step 3. Each Engagement Algorithm you create can have up to five levels of engagement. You get to decide what defines each level for ultra customization. 

Step 4. For each varied engagement level, you can toggle it on, then define what that level means by setting the following:

  • Whether Any or All conditions are met (you can set multiple)
  • Add the condition Page views are greater than or equal to the number of views you define, and/or;
  • Add the condition Minutes spent on the page are greater than or equal to the number of minutes you define
  • Then the period of time the algorithm is tracking (specifically within the last number of days you define).
  • Note: The "greater than or equal to" applies to both Highly Engaged and Engaged

  • For both Disengaged and Highly Disengaged this process is much the same with the below changes to the condition parameters.
  • Choose whether Any or All conditions are met
  • Add the condition Page views are less than or equal to the number of views you define, and/or;
  • Add the condition Minutes spent on the page are less than or equal to the number of minutes you define
  • Then the period of time the algorithm is tracking (specifically within the last number of days you define).

Step 5. Once you've set your Engagement level parameters, you should add a name and write a short description of this specific algorithm in the top left corner. This will be visible on the Engagement Dashboard. 

Finally, click the Create button at the top right of the window to save your Algorithm.

You'll see your newly created Engagement Algorithm listed on the Engagement Dashboard.

Now let's show you how to apply those to your pages.

Adding an Algorithm on your Qwilr pages

Before adding an Algorithm, your pages will be referred to as "unmonitored". This means no Algorithm has been assigned to them. In order to get them monitored, check out the instructions below.

Step 1. Head to your Pages dashboard. You'll notice a new engagement icon the the row of each of your Qwilr pages. (Remember, you'll need to have created an Algorithm before you can apply anything to the Page).

Step 2. You can click on the Engagement icon to select which engagement algorithm you would like applied to the page individually. 

You can also add your Algorithm in bulk by using the Select tool like below.

Step 3. Once you've added your Algorithms, be sure to refresh the page in order to see them. Once that's done, you'll see your Engagement as below.

Note: Pages that are in Draft will be shown as "unmonitored" as they are not live and cannot collect data from views and engagement.

You can also assign them to None, either in bulk or individually, to remove any algorithm monitoring from your pages. 

If you have any questions related to the new Engagement algorithms, please feel free to reach out to the Qwilr Support team either by emailing help@qwilr.com or clicking the help button at the right of your Qwilr account.

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