Published On: Wed, Mar 29th, 2017

Twitter’s live streaming app Periscope gets an analytics dashboard

Trying to figure out this whole live video broadcasting thing? Good news!

Periscope, a Twitter-owned live-broadcasting app, picked adult a new pretence this morning: a glossy new analytics dashboard.

It’s not a many groundbreaking thing in a world, though it creates sense. Making a successful live video on a internet — quite one that doesn’t engage video games or exposed people — is hard. It’s a reason because association after association in this space has failed: Most people only aren’t that engaging all a time.

Perhaps a bit of information on what works and what doesn’t is a pivotal to enormous a code.

Periscope’s analytics dashboard will lane video duration, series of viewers, hearts and time watched per viewer. Hopefully they can enhance into providing information on a minute-per-minute basement tied to your stream’s replay so we can start to learn exactly where you’re losing people, though this is a plain start.

Meanwhile, Twitter also announced that Periscopes will now be ocular live within a company’s curated news stories, Moments, as a association continues to pull into live video opposite a platform. Don’t count on carrying your story uncover adult in a Moment — there’s a whole lot of serendipity compulsory there (right place, right time and beheld by a curation team) — though when it works, it could be a good fit.

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