After accessing the new view for reporting and filtering for the podcast(s) and date range you'd like displayed, you can then dig into the five main reports. This article will cover the Technology Performance section, which covers downloads by application being used by listeners.

1. Managing the Technology Performance Report 

Only the top five performing applications will be represented on the pie chart in a distinguished color next to its title, while all others will be combined into the Other category (though additional technologies will be listed below the chart). 

On this report, you can see the application titles, the total downloads for the date range selected, and the percentage that each app makes of the total downloads.

2. Export the Report

You can export the report for the range selected by pushing the export button. A CSV will automatically download to your machine.

3. Expand the Report to Explore Further

At the bottom of the report, click the Application Report link to open an additional view to explore the report in more detail.

You'll then be taken to an expanded view:

For this report, you can either distinguish if it should be applied to overall podcasts or specific episodes:


Click the Add Podcasts or Add Episodes button on the left side to open a modal where you can search for specific podcasts or episodes and then select within those fields. Once you've selected all the podcasts or episodes you'd like included, hit "Select" to confirm.

After selecting the podcasts or episodes you'd like included in the report, select the date range in the top right corner, click "Apply" and select "Run Report".

You'll then see a Technology Performance report for the podcasts or episodes and date range selected.

This report can be displayed by day, week, month, quarter or year.

The report can be ordered by Application title,  Downloads, or date by clicking on the header (two arrows represent ordering fields).

Once the report is formatted as you'd like, you can export the data in the top right corner by pushing the downward arrow.

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