In the following guide, you will get more familiar with the Audience section of the InPlayer Dashboard.
The Audience section contains all the information about your customers’ accounts. It also offers useful churn reduction and customer retention tools.
Here you can see the customer’s details, what payments they’ve made, grant them and revoke their access, manage their subscriptions and more.
Navigating the Audience tab
Starting at the top, you can see some basic info about your customers:
- the number of customers,
- the number of customers with purchases,
- the average conversion rate.
To use the search bar, click on it, choose the filter you wish to use for your search, and type in your search. You can use one of the following filters:
- full name
- oauth app key
So, if you wanted to find the customer with the email address email@example.com, you’d click on the search field, choose the email filter, type in firstname.lastname@example.org, and press Enter.
Note that you can also search with just the first part of the email address, in this case carter, or the second part, in this case mail.com.
However, you cannot search by typing any of the two parts of the email address just partially, in this case, cart or mail.
To the right, you have the and buttons. We’ll see how to use these in the guide for Reporting.
Finally, you have the main part of the Audience section, which is the table where you can see some basic details about your customers.
To open a customer account, just click the button on the right, under the Actions column in the customer’s row.
On the right, you have the general customer info section. Here, you can see the customer details like the email, full name, the webpage on which they’ve registered thery’re account etc.
You can also edit the customer’s full name and reset their password.
Note that you cannot change the other customer details, like, for example, their email address.
The customers can reset their passwords directly from the paywall interface, however, you also have the option to do it from the merchant panel. Doing it from here will send a ready-to-use password to the customer’s email address.
To do this, just click on .
To grant a customer free access to an asset or a package, first get the Asset ID of the asset or package to which you wish to grant the access.
In the new window, select whether you are granting access to an Asset or a Package.
In the search bar, click on ID or Title, depending on what you want to use to search for the asset or package, and paste the asset or package ID or Title.
Click on the package or asset.
Choose for how long you wish to grant the access.
Finally, click .
Here you can see all the available details for the customer’s subscription.
Deleting a customer’s account
At the top right corner of the customer account screen, you have the options to delete, deactivate, or export the customer’s account.
To delete a customer’s account, click the button.
Then, enter your dashboard password, and click to confirm.
To deactivate a customer account, which terminates all accesses and subscriptions the customer has (but doesn’t delete the account), click the button.
You can reactivate the account by going to the deactivated accounts list and clicking on Reactivate Account.
To export the customer’s captured details, should they request us to provide them with all the data our platform has gathered on them, as per the GDPR regulation, click the button.
Here, you can create lists (segments) of customers based upon various characteristics. This way of segmenting customers is mainly aimed at providing useful data for reducing churn and increasing retention, thereby eliminating the need for creating reports for this purpose manually.
There are a few segments you can use: Cancelled Subscriptions, Paying Customers, Registered Only Customers, and Unique customers.
It works exactly the same as the Cancelled Subscriptions segment, i.e. you can either view the info by selecting the period in the Filters section, or generate a report via the button which you can then download in the Reports tab.
It works exactly the same as the other segments, i.e. you can either view the info by selecting the period in the Filters section, or generate a report via the button which you can then download in the Reports tab.
The Unique Customers segment provides insight into how many and which customers have accessed a particular asset, in a given time period.
This concludes our guide.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us on email@example.com.