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Atomi Insights for parents

Where to access and how to use data and analytics in your family account on Atomi.

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Written by Lise Townsend
Updated over a week ago

Insights allow you to view your child's usage on Atomi. For example, you can see their historical usage over time and break it down by subjects. These insights will help you track how they are going with their usage goals.

How do I access Insights?

You'll be able to see an Insights menu item in the main Atomi menu. Clicking this menu item will take you to your Insights page.

Where does this data come from?

Atomi tracks interactions such as page views and clicks on our website and apps to generate Insights data. This data can take up from 12-36 hours to appear in your Insights from the moment it is created.

If your child has an ad-blocker installed on their device, it can block Atomi from tracking their usage. You can find advice on how to configure ad-blockers to work with Atomi here.

What data is available through Insights?

Through Insights, you can view data on the number of:

Questions answered

This is the total count of the number of questions answered by your child during the selected time period.

Lessons completed

This is the total count of the number of videos, text lessons, quizzes and practice sessions completed by your child during the selected time period.

Hours spent

This is the total sum of the duration of videos, text lessons, quizzes and practises that your child completed during the selected time period.

How do I filter or sort Insights data?

You can filter data using the filter controls available in the top right-hand corner of the page. These controls will allow you to filter data down to a particular subject and change the time period over which the data should be displayed.

By default, the data is broken down by subject. However, you can sort the table by clicking on a column heading. Clicking on a column heading again will toggle the sorting order between ascending and descending.

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