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Live Stream Hours Report Follow

Live Stream allows your consumers to watch your live events as they happen. 

The Live Stream Hours Report shows the total number of hours your live events were streamed by your audience. To access the report, click its link on the Analytics dashboard.

The report displays a line chart showing the total number of hours streamed for live events for the specified date range. Hover your mouse on a point in the chart to display total live streamed hours for the corresponding date.

By default, the date range is the last 30 days counting down from the time the report is generated. To change the date range, specify a different start and end date, then click Refresh. For example, to generate a report for the last 15 days, enter the date from 15 days ago as the start date, and the current date as the end date.

To export the report in CSV format, click Export. You will then get an email containing a link to the exported .CSV file. Click the link to download the file.

At the top is a summary of the number of live stream hours from the day before, the last week, the last 30 days, and the last 90 days. Thus, you will know at a glance if your live events are attracting more viewers over the given period.

At the bottom, a table showing your live events with their corresponding stream hours are displayed, sorted chronologically from the latest down to the earliest. Click the Date column once to reverse the sort order.

Note: Live stream hours by video will also appear in the Stream Hours by Video report for unarchived and archived live events. Read more about this report HERE.

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