Good morning Guru Community! Today is a special day. We’re officially introducing the first-ever 12 Days of Guru!
Starting today until our Holiday Deep Dive on December 16th, we'll be dropping a series of tips in the Guru Community to help you recognize your 2021 impact with Guru.
Participants will have the chance to win prizes daily by measuring the Guru metric of the day and sharing your findings in the thread.
By the end of the 12 Days, you’ll have all the information you’ll need to complete a Year in Review Card or PDF you can share with your team.
You’ll be able to submit your final Card for a grand prize.
At the Deep Dive, we'll meet to share our wins, mix and mingle, and celebrate before the holidays!
Follow along with these 12 Days of Guru resources and don’t forget to RSVP to the Deep Dive:
Who’s in and ready for Day 1?! Today’s metric of the day is around Guru adoption.
Your Guru adoption rate shows the proportion of users who have performed an active event (i.e. a Card view, copy, search, verify, or edit) to the total number of users. The time period and number of users are determined by the filters you set.
To measure your average adoption rate through 2021:
Head to your Analytics dashboard in Guru.
Underneath the overview tap, adjust the date filter to say “In the last 1 year.” Note: since it is December 1st, this would calculate the average adoption rate from December 1st 2020. To start calculations from January 1st, 2021, choose “in the last 11 months”. Decide on a timeline and keep it consistent for metrics to come.
Hit the refresh arrow in the top right corner and find your average adoption rate!
Watch this Loom Video for step-by-step instructions
Typically customers maintain a 51% average Guru adoption rate. If you're around or above that, highlight this fun fact to your team!
What was your average adoption rate? Share with the Guru Community below for the chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card or Guru swag item of your choice! The winner will be announced tomorrow morning with our Day 2 Challenge post.