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Introduced in LUNA v7.4.3, we enhanced Google Analytics for better usage reporting in the LUNA Viewer using Google Tag Manager. We are gathering information from the LUNA Viewer that includes reporting on various user actions listed in our Google Analytics documentation. Here's how to get to that data.

From the Google Analytics Home page, click on the section called Behavior from the menu on the left. Next, click on Events and then click on Top Events.

At the bottom of the page you will see a list view representing all of the different Event Categories that have been performed in the LUNA Viewer within a specified date range. Click on one of the event categories (in our example the event is called "Click to Detail View" which represents all the times that users have clicked a thumbnail to view it in the Detail View).

You can adjust the date range from the tools located in the top right corner of the page:

And you can also adjust the number of row that display from the tools located on the bottom right corner of the page.

This will take you to a more detailed list of event actions from the event category.  In our example, the event category was Detail View Visits and the event actions that are listed represent the image titles of the thumbnail and the number of times it has been viewed in the Detail View. By clicking on one of the event actions you can drill down even further.

For example, you can get to the page in the LUNA Viewer where the event first took place by clicking "Other" and then Behavior, and then Page. This will expose a list view of URLs from LUNA that go directly to the page where the event occurred.

In this view, click the little arrow to the right of the URL, to see the page in the LUNA Viewer that the event took place on. In our example, clicking the arrow would take you to the image in the Detail View.

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