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In Hull, events often play a big part in your use cases because events allow you to capture the behavior of your users on your website, app, or from other sources like emails and conversations.
Before, you did not really have a good way of controlling the events you tracked from your various sources. You could only guess the source of the event by its name, you could not count the number of times this given event was captured. This is problematic because high-volume events can result in a high volume of incoming requests, which may force you to upgrade your plan.
To solve that issue, we have added an events table inside the user timeline, much like the attributes tab found inside the user and account timelines. This will provide you with added clarity around the volumes of your various events.
Inside the events table, we now list the number of unique events captured in the selected time window
Count, the number of unique users with that particular event
Users, the number of average events per user in the selected time window
Events/User and inside the
Connectors column the connectors which captured that event.
Here is what it looks like: