The Usage Reports page is the place to be if you are looking to deep-dive into the metrics of any of your active subscriptions' usage in near real-time (as usage can take up to 24 hours to fully update). This enables you to leverage any insights and optimize your customers’ experience over time. To enter the Usage Reports page, select Reports>Usage from the Navigation panel to the left.
Usage reports display information from one content type at a time - you can choose the intended one from the three tabs visible to you.
Each subscription will load different charts, containing several different metrics pertaining to that content type. You will be able to see metrics filtered by language pair, time period, and be presented with detailed data concerning the TAT and Volumes for all your active languages, either isolated or in total. This is available for current subscriptions or any past subscriptions with an end date posterior to 01/01/2021.
All metrics refer to content types as a whole, meaning that if you are using emails with two different products, you'll see the sum of the usage on both.
By default, all usage metrics will only consider outbound messages (unless otherwise specified in your contract).
Start by selecting the subscription you wish to analyze, by clicking on the option from the drop-down menu under Subscriptions, and select from any current to past. Make sure you have the intended time period selected.
Usage stats provide you with:
- Translated emails: number of translated individual messages
- Translated threads: total of tickets comprising all translated messages
- Used language pairs: number of language pairs translated at least once
- Turnaround time: average TAT for outbound requests
This board will allow you to break down important information such as used units and TATs per language pair, per combination of several language pairs, or considering totals.
For any given selection, you will be able to check on the number and percentage of used units (considering the consumption at the current moment), and median TAT.
Usage overview will not display bundled data, but instead, report on the usage of every individually linked subscription according to content type.
Usage over time
This chart will display a graphical representation of how many units have been used over time, within a period corresponding to your initial selection. The line is not cumulative and it returns the count of units for each day or month represented.
Usage Data Export
In addition to viewing reports and monitoring subscriptions, it's possible to export usage reports for a given subscription by time period and language pair.
This can be done by clicking on Export Data in the top right corner of the screen.
Once the report is complete, you'll receive an email to download the file in .csv format. It will be available in the Files section underneath the Linguistic Resources - Files tab in the portal. Note: the file name is generated based on the channel the subscription serves and the start and end dates. Requesting a file with the same criteria will request the same name and overwrite an existing one.
The CSV includes the following data fields:
- message id: the internal ID for the translation in the Unbabel systems
- thread id: the external facing ID for the thread. Usually corresponds to the ticket number, conversation ID, etc, as seen in the CRM
- language pair name: the LP direction of the request
- delivered at
- time taken (miliseconds)
- number of words
- external brand id: the external facing ID of the brand the request is using
- brand name: the external facing designation of the brand the request is using
- sender: the role of the author of the request
- origin name: identifies the product used to request the translation
- translation profile id: the internal ID for the Pipeline Group used in the request
For any technical questions concerning the data displayed in the Portal, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Under some unusual circumstances, you may find an error message when trying to return a search result for the Usage Reports.
“The page you tried to access is not available.“
This error message is indicative of a request falling to an internal error. Retry your request and if you face the same message, please reach out to email@example.com.
"There’s no translation usage with the filters you’ve applied. Please redefine or reset filters.”
The search criteria you applied have no translation requests matching them. You may want to try a different search.
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