As the title suggests is there a way users who have done a specific event on mobile & desktop? I want to find out how many users have only done certain events on mobile or desktop only, and on both where mobile is just simply visiting the web app (not a downloaded app).
Best answer by MikkoKarvonenView original
How have you done your instrumentation?
If you have some other approach, more details would be useful.
I want to be able to see how many users have performed certain events on mobile (website as well) or desktop only, or both. Basically trying to see who is using our website both on their desktop and mobile phones.
Yes we have that but I am unsure how to create a chart/graph to visualize what I am looking for
You need to use Amplitude’s user segmentation capabilities to achieve this. You have couple different options:
I’d recommend the second approach, as it’s neater and more manageable in the long run, but if you need to do this analysis for a large set of events, the first approach will give you results faster.
Second option definitely more cleaner but I am only on the free plan of amplitude unfortunately. I was looking for the ability to do it like that but guess now I know why.
I will do it through method 1. Thanks alot Mikko, you made my day!
I am testing it and it seems like method 1 does not work. When I try to put for example Mac under event (where) and iPhone under performed by where, or any variation it all shows 0…
I also tried using the where function of “set contains” but same results, everything just shows 0.
Here’s a screenshot, using the same data from the demo. Basically if I do any combination with my own data set, its exactly the same...
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Did you achieve what you were looking for? Do you still need assistance?
@MikkoKarvonen’s two suggestions are exactly how you can do it, but if you need someone to look into the details of chart building, please let me know.
Looking forward to hearing back from you!