Set up a report

Templates are the easiest way to get started with June.

Updated over a week ago

☝️ Before you setup a template make sure you know which metrics you want to look at πŸ˜ƒ Here are some industry-specific metrics recommendations that correspond to June's templates.


Our ready-made templates are the easiest way to start monitoring your metrics.

There are two steps to set up a template:

  1. Pick relevant data (mandatory)

  2. Pick relevant audience (optional)

1. Pick relevant data (mandatory)

In every template, you can choose the relevant data coming from your data source.

June is built on top of Segment which in turn relies on

  • track event : actions performed in your product

  • page views : product pages opened

This means you can pick track events AND/OR page views to set up your templates.

example: In case you want to set up the feature adoption template, you can select all the track events triggered when the feature is used.

πŸ’‘ If you're looking for some inspiration on what to track in your product, check our list of recommendations here.

2. Select an audience (optional)

The second step consists in choosing who is eligible audience target of your analysis.

You can do so by imposing conditions:

  • On events (e.g. only users that logged_in less than 5 times)

  • On user traits (e.g. plan is free)

  • On company traits (e.g. company name is "June")

Traits are user user and company specific. This means that you can impose conditions only on the traits that you have implemented in Segment.

Changing audiences is useful to make a more in-depth analysis of certain audiences. You can easily duplicate reports in June and change the audience to then make comparisons.

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