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Analytics and Health

Overview

Once you've published a version of your app, you'll start seeing analytics data in the Actions console within 24 hours. These analytics provide information about usage, health, and discovery.

Usage

Visit the Analytics section of the Actions console and go to the Usage tab to see these stats:

  • Unique users: the number of unique users who used your app on the given day
  • Conversations: the number of conversations users had with your app on a given day. A conversation is a single, complete interaction with your app, starting from invocation and ending with the user exiting the context of your app.
  • Messages: the number of messages sent by users to your app in a given day
  • Average conversation length: the average length, in seconds, of conversations with your app
  • Abort rate: the percentage of time users exited or aborted from a conversation with your app

Health

The health section helps you track these various metrics related to the quality and health of your app:

  • Errors: the number of errors your app's cloud endpoint returned on a given day. If you have a large number of errors, you may want to look at your logs to identify what is causing your endpoint to crash or behave unexpectedly.
  • Assistant App latency: we show different percentiles for app latency, which is the latency of your app's endpoint. If your latency is very high or regularly spikes, your users may be having a very bad experience.
  • Experienced latency by user: the latency felt by a user on each request to your app. This help you illustrate what users experience when interacting with your app.

Discovery

The discovery section shows information about how users are discovering and finding your app.

Sometimes, when users say a phrase related to your app, Google will recommend that the user try your app, even if the user did not specify your app's name. We show you a table of which phrases led to Google recommending your app. The columns in this table are described below:

  • Matched spoken phrase - the user query that led to Google recommending your app
  • Matching action - the action that the user’s query mapped to
  • Impression - The number of times this phrase led to Google recommending your app
  • Selection - The number of times a user invoked your app after Google recommended it. This number is at most the number of impressions this phrase has.