Your first step in user-level reporting will be to create a new user report, either in the main menu or on the home page, click "Create New User Report"
Name and App Filter
Report names don't need to be unique but we highly recommend you consider a naming scheme that allows easy search functionality.
When selecting an app, you will filter all events, conditions, and properties to only the app selected. If you don't choose an app, users will be included across all apps.
The date range selected in the Absolute Date Range will include users active during the chosen range. For details on the Advanced functionality, see Absolute vs. Relative Reports.
Create Audience Grouping
Here you can choose groups that will define individual audiences, one for each parameter value of the group. Choosing a single group, in our example, an AB test will automatically create an individual group for each test variant.
Selecting multiple groups will create an audience for each unique parameter value. In our example, grouping on an experiment + geo will create an audience for each variant and each geo.
For groupings that generate over the maximum number of audiences (15), only the largest groups will be returned.
We will send an email to each address when the report is completed or updated. Especially useful when you've created a scheduled report to be updated periodically.
Filter Created Audiences
Maximum number of users in audience: We allow you to filter to audience groupings above a minimum number of users.
Maximum number of audiences, ranked by the number of users: Because the UI lags with too many reports, we limit the maximum number of audience groupings to 15.
If you'd like to run reports with more than 15 audiences (e.g. campaign and ROAS reporting) please contact your AdLibertas account manager to schedule csv reporting.