The Studio has features that enable you to investigate, examine, and interpret the different activities like apps, workflows, and automation. The Analytics tab features the three types of analytics that can be undertaken to verify the different occurrences of the features; namely automation, workflow, and apps.
Automation analytics provides statistics and run logs of the different Automations. You can define the time range for fetching the analytics of the running of the selected automation.
To investigate the automation, go to Studio Console’s Profile Icon, click Analytics > Automation analytics. Under Automation Analytics screen you can now select the date range and automation name filters as required. The statistics and run logs would be generated as per the selected filters.
Under the statistics you can see the following about the selected automation for the selected range:
Runs: Is the number of times the selected automation has been run / triggered in the selected time range.
Last ran on: The date and time when the automation was last run or triggered on.
Name: Is the name of the automation.
Status: Is the status of automation, whether ON or OFF.
This provides the run log for the selected automation and for the selected period.
Status: Is the status of the selected automation as Success or Fail.
Executed at: Is the date and time of execution of the automation.
Name: Is the Name of the automation.
Trigger type: Is the detail about the type of trigger like trigger types Schedule, Update Sheet row, Insert sheet row, and so on for the selected automation.
Now if you click on any of the individual log entries, you would be able to see the further details for each automation.
Trigger provides various input fields based on the trigger type. For example - Schedule type automation will have execution_time field, whereas the Update Sheet row will have various rows of the selected sheet which were updated. Similarly, for webhook type, it will have request body received by external service
This provides the input values added for the selected workflow. They will differ as per the different trigger types.
Thus Automation Analytics enables you to have a detailed investigation of the various automations that you have planned for the different applications.