How do I export my campaign stats report?

For any campaign, load the stats report by clicking Stats in the Campaigns submenu:

You can either export your campaign stats report as a PDF document or as a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet (.xls). The PDF document will include all charts, graphs and fonts/styles as they appear on the actual stats page. The Excel spreadsheet will be a stripped-down version that contains some basic campaign stats, a section with all your Activations data and a section containing basic information about all of the Posts in your campaign.

Export to PDF (Mac OS X) 

Google Chrome:

1. Click on the File menu and select Print...

2. In the print dialog window, click on + More Settings

chrome1.png

3. Make sure the box next to "Headers and Footers" is unchecked and select the checkbox next to "Background Graphics". Finally, click Open PDF in Preview:

Once your campaign stats report opens in the Preview application, simply click the File menu and then select Save...

 

Firefox:

1. Click on the File menu and select Print...

2. In the Print dialog window, look for the "Appearance" section and select the checkboxes next to Print Background Colors and Print Background Images. In the "Page Headers" and "Page Footers" sections, make sure each dropdown has --blank-- as the selection:

 

3. At the bottom of the window, select the dropdown where it says "PDF" and choose the option for Save as PDF...

 

Safari:

1. Click on the File menu and select Print...

2. In the Print dialog window, make sure the checkbox for "Print Backgrounds" is selected and also make sure that the checkbox next to "Print Headers and Footers" is not selected:

3. At the bottom of the window, select the dropdown where it says "PDF" and choose the option for Save as PDF...

safari2.png

 

Export to PDF (Windows)

Internet Explorer (11+):

1. Click the gear icon in the top right corner, hover over the "Print" menu and select Page setup...:

edge2.png

2. In the Page setup window, make sure to select the checkbox next to Print Background Colors and Images. In the Headers and Footers section, click each dropdown and select the option for Empty (there should be 6 dropdowns total). Once your settings match those in the screenshot below, click the OK button:

3. Click the gear icon in the top right corner, hover over the "Print" menu and select Print...:

4. In the Print dialog window, make sure Microsoft Print to PDF is selected/highlighted and then click the Print button. You will then be asked to choose a save location for your file.

 

 

Microsoft Edge:

1. Click the menu icon (3 horizontal dots) in the top right corner and select Open with Internet Explorer:

2. When the page opens in a new Internet Explorer window, you may need to log in again to view the report. Once the report has loaded click the gear icon in the top right corner, hover over the "Print" menu and select Page setup...:

edge2.png

3. In the Page setup window, make sure to select the checkbox next to Print Background Colors and Images. In the Headers and Footers section, click each dropdown and select the option for Empty (there should be 6 dropdowns total). Once your settings match those in the screenshot below, click the OK button:

4. Click the gear icon in the top right corner, hover over the "Print" menu and select Print...:

5. In the Print dialog window, make sure Microsoft Print to PDF is selected/highlighted and then click the Print button. You will then be asked to choose a save location for your file.

 

 

Google Chrome:

1. Click the menu icon (3 vertical dots) in the top right corner and select Print...:

2. In the Print dialog window that appears, click on More Settings to expand that section:

3. In the Options section, make sure the checkbox for "Headers and footers" is not selected (unchecked) and also make sure that the checkbox next to "Background graphics" is selected (checked):

4. In the Destination section of the Print window, click the Change... button:

5. Under "Local Destinations", click Save as PDF:

6. Finally, click the Save button and save the PDF to a location on your computer:

 

Download as Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet (.xls)

Scroll down the page until you see the section titled "Activated Influencers by Engagements". Click the Export button on the right side of the page to save the report to your computer: