Create personalized dashboards to monitor key metrics and boost performance
Pushwoosh provides a flexible and user-friendly Dashboard Builder that allows you to create customized dashboards to suit your business needs. These dashboards can be tailored to display the data that matters most to your business, including information about Events, message metrics, audience insights, and more.
With your selected metrics available at a glance, you can stay on top of your performance, make informed decisions, and optimize your strategies effectively.

Dashboards list

To gain insights into the performance of your application and campaigns, navigate to Statistics → Dashboards. Here, you'll discover a list of existing dashboards and can create new custom ones.
The list provides the names of the dashboards along with their creation dates, making it easy to manage and access your data.
To manage a dashboard, simply click the three dots next to its name, and you'll have access to the following actions:
  • Open Dashboard
  • Rename: Use this option to modify the dashboard's name if necessary, helping you keep your dashboards organized and up-to-date.
  • Duplicate: This feature allows you to create a copy of the dashboard, saving time when you need to replicate similar setups.
  • Delete: If you no longer require a dashboard, you can use this option to remove it. Please note that this action cannot be undone.
By default, Pushwoosh offers a range of pre-built dashboards tailored to various aspects of your campaigns. These dashboards include:
  • Application Dashboard
  • Push Notifications Dashboard
  • Emails Dashboard
  • In-apps Dashboard
  • Events Dashboard
Dashboards list
The Application dashboard is designed to help you monitor your app's performance and provides charts displaying key metrics, including:
  • Recipients
  • Subscribers
  • Daily Active Users
  • Monthly Active Users
  • App installs
  • App opens
  • App uninstalls
The Application dashboard
The Push Notifications dashboard is designed to help you track how your push notifications campaigns perform. It includes data about:
  • Recipients
  • Push CTR
  • Push sends
  • Push deliveries
  • Push opens
  • Application installs
  • Application uninstalls
The Push notifications dashboard
The Emails dashboard allows you to gauge email campaign effectiveness with metrics such as:
  • Recipients
  • Email CTR
  • Sends
  • Deliveries
  • Opens
  • Hard bounces
  • Soft bounces
  • Complaints
  • Subscribes
  • Unsubscribes
The Emails dashboard
The In-apps dashboard provides insights into in-app message performance, featuring metrics like In-app Impressions and Interactions.
The In-apps dashboard
The Events dashboard contains statistics related to Events used in your campaigns.
The Events dashboard
You have the flexibility to customize these dashboards by adding new charts with the metrics you require or removing any that are not relevant to your specific needs.
If data is unavailable or channels aren't configured, the dashboard will display empty charts.

How to create a new dashboard

With the Pushwoosh Dashboard Builder, you have the flexibility to create custom dashboards tailored to your specific needs. These dashboards can be built using various data, such as trigger events, communication metrics, audience analytics, etc.
To create a new dashboard, click the Create Dashboard button located above the list of your current dashboards.
Creating a new dashboard
Give your dashboard a clear and descriptive name that reflects its content. This will help you find it later. Don't worry, you can always rename the dashboard later if needed.
Then, click Create to proceed.
Naming a dashboard
This will open the Dashboard Builder, where you can create custom dashboards that consist of charts containing all the necessary metrics.

How to build a chart

Each dashboard contains charts displaying various metrics, which enables you to gain a comprehensive insight into your campaign and application performance. A dashboard can have up to 10 charts.
  1. 1.
    To add a chart, click Add Chart in the Dashboard Builder.
Adding a chart
  1. 2.
    In the Chart Widget that opens, provide a descriptive and clear chart name that accurately represents the data it contains. You can always edit the chart name later if necessary.
Naming a chart
  1. 3.
    In the Metrics section, choose the specific metrics you need to monitor.
Choosing a metric to monitor
All the metrics available are divided into three main groups:
  • Communication Metrics that offer insights into the performance of various communication channels
  • Audience Metrics that provide insights into your application's audience.
  • Events Metrics that allow you to understand user behavior by examining event-related metrics.
You can mix and match metrics from different groups to tailor your chart to your needs.
You can find a more detailed breakdown of the metrics in each group below.
To remove a metric from your chart, click the three dots next to the metric and click Remove.
  1. 4.
    In the Filters section, filter the data by platform.
Filtering the data by platform
  1. 5.
    At the top of the page, specify the period or set a custom period. You can also specify the interval at which your data is displayed: Daily or Hourly for periods up to 30 days and Daily or Monthly for longer periods.
Please note that the data storage period in Pushwoosh may vary depending on the specific metric. If a metric's data is stored for 2 years and you select a custom period of 3 years, the data will still be displayed for 2 years only and the earlier period will display no data.
  1. 6.
    Specify the Chart visualization type, which can be a line chart, a bar graph, or a pie chart.
Selecting the chart visualization type
You can also export your chart as a CSV file. To do this, click on the three dots in the upper right corner of the report.
Exporting .CSV

Managing and editing dashboards

Editing dashboards is simple; you can easily add new charts or delete existing ones. To delete a chart, click on the three dots next to the chart name and select Delete.
Deleting a chart
You can also modify the period displayed in all the charts on the dashboard.
Modifing the period displayed in all the charts on the dashboard
Additionally, the charts are interactive, allowing you to hide data for specific platforms or metrics. To do this, simply click on the platform or metric at the top of the chart, and it will be hidden from view. You can easily bring it back by clicking on the metric again.
Hiding data for specific platforms or metrics
You can also adjust the size of the charts for better visibility.

Metrics to include in dashboards

Communication metrics

These metrics offer insights into the performance of your primary communication channels, including push notifications, in-app messages, and emails.
Push metrics
Push Sends
Number of push notifications sent, including to the users that have limited the display of push notifications
Push Opens
Number of push notifications that were opened by recipients
Push Deliveries
The number of mobile push notifications that the Pushwoosh platform has successfully transmitted to the intended recipients' mobile devices.
Push CTR
the percentage of users who clicked on a push notification after receiving it. The Push CTR is calculated using the formula CTR = (Number of Users Who Opened a Push / Number of Users Who Potentially Received a Push) * 100%
Email metrics
Email Sends
The number of emails sent to recipients.
Email Opens
The number of email recipients who opened your emails within the specified period.
Email Deliveries
The number of emails delivered to recipients.
Email CTR
The percentage of recipients who clicked on one or more links contained within an email. It indicates the level of recipient engagement with the email's content and is calculated using the formula:
CTR = [number of clicks / total emails sent] x 100
Email Hard Bounces
The number of emails not delivered because of hard bounces. A hard bounce happens when an email message can't be delivered permanently because the recipient's address either doesn't exist or is invalid.
Email Soft Bounces
The number of emails not delivered because of hard bounces. A hard bounce happens when an email message can't be delivered permanently because the recipient's address either doesn't exist or is invalid.
Email Complaints
The number of users who have reported your message as spam, informed their email service provider of their complaint regarding your email or expressed dissatisfaction in a manner recognized by email providers and clients as a reason for potentially limiting your ability to send messages.
Email Rejects
Instances where the recipient's email server declines to accept an email during the SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) transaction. Rejections can result from reasons like authentication failure, spam filtering, or policy-based restrictions.
Email Unsubscribes
The number of recipients followed the Unsubscribe link in that email. Such users are tagged with the True value of the Unsubscribed Emails default tag.
In-app metrics
The number of times the in-app was displayed to users during the selected period.
The number of times users engaged with the in-app message, such as button clicks or link taps

Audience metrics

This set of metrics offers insights into user behavior and engagement.
The number of devices with push tokens or emails provided, meaning they are reachable with push notifications, emails, or In-Apps. This number shows how many users you can reach out to with your communications.
Devices with enabled push notification alerts, i.e., those users who see your pushes.
Daily Active Users (DAU)
The number of unique devices that opened the app on a certain day.
Monthly Active Users (MAU)
The number of unique devices that opened the app during a specific month.
The number of times the application has been launched on users’ devices as of the date and time specified.
The number of application installs, i.e. the number of times a mobile software application has been downloaded, installed, and prepared for use by end-users within a specified time frame.
The number of devices for which push tokens were removed from the database due to their invalid or non-existent status, typically occurring when users have uninstalled the application.
Push Enables
The number of times users have allowed or opted in to receive push notifications on their devices.
Push Disables
The number of times users have opted out or disabled push notifications on their devices.


This group includes default events and custom events you've set for your app.