How can I access my Gatheround event data?

Organizers on Premium Groups can access data for any events associated with their Group in two ways:

  1. Go to your Group page. In the "Events" tab, click the three-dots (...) next to the event of interest, then from the dropdown select "Download Data."

  2. Go to your event page. Click the three dots (...) next to the "Edit" button. Click "Download Data."

A download window will appear on the bottom right of your screen. When the download is ready, click the download icon once again to save the file onto your local device.

Look for three tabs, which contain all data for your event:

If you open the download as a Google Sheet

If you open the download as a Numbers document

What is included in my Gatheround event data downloads?

Each Gatheround event data download includes three tabs: Event, Participants, and Matches. If you don't see all your data, double-check that you've explored all three tabs.

The Events tab contains information about the event itself, including when it was created, what group it is associated with, the event title, the event description, and more.

The Participants tab contains information about participants who joined your event, including user id, the name they used to join, the email they used to join, their account name, the number of matches in which they participated, and the date/time of their final match.

The Matches tab contains information about who matched with whom during 1-on-1 and small group conversation games, including when the round started and ended, and who joined.

How do I see who matched with each other?

You can discern who matched with each other within your event by looking at the matches tab (see above) in your event data download. Every line in this tab represents a different participant's experience in a unique match. You can see a specific participant's match(es) by looking at who has a corresponding "match_id".

For any given participant, you can find their corresponding match_id(s) in the sheet to see who the participant in question was speaking with. Through similar means, you can discern every match over the course of the event.

What do the fields within the data exports mean?

Field

Explanation

id/ event_id

Unique id of your event

uid

Unique id of a participant within your event

create_dt

Date/time of event creation

group_id

Group id associated with your event

group_name

Group name associated with your event

name

Event name

description

Event description

created_by_email

Event creator email

created_by_display_name

Event creator display name

match_count

Number of total matches within the event

participant_count

Number of total participants within the event

thread_count

Number of total chat messages within the event

nickname

Participant's joining name

email

Participant's email

display_name

Participant's account name

matches_count

Total number of matches for a given participant

last_match_dt

Date/time of a participant's most recent match within the event

round_id

Unique id of a conversation game (match round) within your event

match_id

Unique id of a specific match during a conversation game within your event

start_dt

Date/time of a match's start

end_dt

Date/time of a match's end

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