Features & Events Dashboard Overview

Whether you're new to Userpilot or you're an experienced user, tagging features and tracking events within your product provides you with a great view of your feature usage. 

Feature tagging is foundational in order to understand the impact of your in-app flows on your growth goals and feature adoption. It allows you to track the behavior of your users in your app, code-free and with no interference from your dev team.

Common use cases

  • Identify where your users are spending their time on your product.
  • Get an intuitive view of your feature usage.
  • Trigger Flows based on user behavior
  • Track users' activity and understand what features they are interacting with.
  • Defining a goal using a feature tag to measure the impact of your in-flows on user behavior.

Features & Events dashboard

This dashboard includes all the data and analytics of your Features tags, Tracked events, and Custom events. We provide, numbers, graphs and tables that give you the ability to drill down on event analytics.


In the first section, you will see a bar with filters to choose from; Userpilot provides a quick and easy way to filter features and events analytics by time period, source, and other segments.

Mainly the Features & Events section includes three main event types:

  1. Features: Creating a feature tag has never been easier, just open the builder and select the element you want to track.
  2. Tracked Events: Tracked events that are sent to Userpilot can be easily analyzed, archived, and details such as attributes can be checked.
  3. Custom Events: Group multiple events, features, or both into one group to get better and more precise analytics.

Once you create an event, You will find simple analytics for the total number of events that occurred, the average occurrence per user, and other metrics. A line and column chart for the same analytics can be found below this bar.

Event Occurrence by User/Company

You can see Event Occurrence per User or Company and the you can filter the most occurred events, least occurred, or custom select specific events you want to see analytic for.

To create a custom selection, click on the filter box that appears at the top right of the graph, once you select the 'Custom Selection' option you will see a drop down of all your events that you can multi-select from.

Event Effectiveness

The "Event Effectiveness" section displays a table of all the events and features that have been created, the status of the event and analytics for each event. You can utilize the filtering option to filter events based on their status or when it was last triggered. There are certain actions you can take in this section such as:

- Exporting the displayed analytics
- Arranging the columns
- Archive Features and Events
- Create a new Custom Event

You can archive, view information for a specific event, or edit a feature in the builder by clicking the three dots next to it.

PS: To delete features, you will need first to archive them, then you'll be able to delete them.

Finally, by checking the box next to the name, you can create custom events or archive multiple events and features.

Next steps: Learn how to tag your first feature.

If you'd like to send general feedback or suggestions for this feature, please reach out to us at support@userpilot.co

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