What are Event Analytics?

  • 24 August 2020
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Slido Analytics provides an easy way to view and analyze the data you collect throughout your event. You can easily tap into useful insights about your event, see the most passionate and influential delegates as well as which questions were the most popular.


Available in all our plans.

In this article:


Access your Analytics


To see your event’s data:

  1. Log in to your Slido Account and select your event
  2. Click the Analytics tab in Admin view


Work with your event data


You can scroll through the main page to view the most important statistics:

  • Easily track the number of active and joined users
  • See the engagement score of your event
  • Learn about the anonymous rate of all submitted questions
  • See the total number of poll votes
  • Get the wordcloud of the most popular topics discussed at the event
  • See the most influential users who received the highest number of upvotes
  • Export results into PDF or Excel Spreadsheet files


You can view the data of the entire event or filter the data by selecting only one of the rooms.


It is most useful to access the data after your event has finished. Simply go to your past events and click the Analytics tab.

Track engagement score


Tracking the engagement score across your events helps you understand how active and engaged the participants were at your event. Combined with the most popular topics generated in a word cloud, you can learn what resonates with your audience the most and improve the experience.

  • Active participants - number of users who engaged with a question, upvote or poll vote in your event
  • Joined participants - total number of users who joined your event but did not necessarily engage with it (Note: When embedding a Slido event into a website, everyone who opens the website is automatically counted as a joined participant, unless there’s some Privacy setting enabled on your event)
  • Engagement score - total number of questions, likes and poll votes


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