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Using your Proof of Play Dashboard
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Written by Ian Maison
Updated over a week ago

As a user of the Proof of Play application, you have access to a detailed dashboard that provides you with an array of insights into your content, including impression counts and more. This article will show you how you can get the most out of your Proof of Play Dashboard and ensure you make the most of this feature.

What does the Proof of Play dashboard show?

The Proof of Play dashboard is able to give you a clear view on how many impressions your Players are logging, plus show what the top media assets and Players are. You will notice that the dashboard has three key performance indicators (KPIs) across the very top of the screen. These KPI's show you:

The current number of logged impressions of the network, from the current calendar month.

The blue first performance indicator of your dashboard shows you the total of impressions made within the given calendar month. As well as an easy to read total you are given a quick reference to your total allowance and a chart that shows how much of this monthly usage you have used.

The total number of different media assets which have been logged.

The purple secondary performance indicator on the dashboard shows you the total of media assets that have been part of the Proof of Play logging for that given month. You will also notice that the dashboard gives you a view of the Top 5 Media Assets shown by the devices and highlights the total of impressions per asset.

The total number of Players which have logged Proof of Play data.

The green third performance indicator on the dashboard shows you the total of Players on your network that have been recording Proof of Play impressions, plus shows you the top five Players with the most impressions made.

You will also notice that at the bottom of the dashboard there is another key performance indicator which shows you the Previous 6 Months usage of your Players using the Proof of Player functionality.

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