Agility enables you to generate and share attractive reports displaying data charts for each of your saved coverage folders, tags, tag groups, or topics. You can select from many different metrics and comparison options, each individually downloadable, select from a wide range of data and include multiple topics and folders to compare the coverage each has generated.

From the left-hand drop-down menu, select Reports and then New Report. Your existing reports will be listed on the left-hand menu.

You can create a New Report from scratch, generate a Quick Report or select an existing report to copy.

If you elect to generate a Quick Report you are asked to specify the Topic, Tag or Folder from which the data will be drawn from. Selecting a Folder or Tag means specifying the place in which you have saved or tagged all of the monitoring mentions that you want to report on. Selecting a Topic means reporting on all of the results that the Topic's search terms have generated. Once the report is generated you can add further folders and topics.

Agility then generates a report containing default charts, displayed as below:

You can add many further metrics including Coverage Summary, AVE Over Time, Top 10 Outlets by Volume and Top 10 Authors by Volume - and also comparison charts (e.g. Coverage, Sentiment, AVE, Audience Reach, Share of Voice and Media Type), which allow you to see how multiple topics have performed against each other.  

The data source filters allow you to fine tune your reports even further by selecting or deselecting any set of data that you wish. In these examples, I have created two coverage trends and used the media type filter to show print coverage on one and online coverage on the other. This allows me to compare how much coverage each media type returned, and when.

The Geography Breakdown chart allows you to focus on one of a selection of individual countries if your coverage comes from one specific part of the world, and it will break down into regions for you.

In this example I am displaying the coverage by media type and have used the filter option to show only UK content.

You can also add a chart type more than once. For example if you wanted to compare coverage over time for two or more different topics in two charts side-by-side rather than in one single chart.

Here we see how two sets of coverage can be compared in one report. We have two folders, one with mentions of the Cricket World Cup Final and another with mentions of the Wimbledon Final:

You can also edit the chart title, the label name given to the data and the date range for the data displayed.

If you elect to create your own report, you simply select which charts you would like to include and the topics or folders from which each chart should draw data from. As shown above, you can edit the details for each chart and include the same chart type for several sources.

By hovering over any segment in a chart you present the option to view the mentions that make up the data. In the example below, by clicking View Mentions I will be taken to the TV mentions that make up this segment of the chart.

By hovering over the chart title you generate the option to download the chart image or data in various formats or to print the chart.

Once you are happy with the charts in your report, you should click Save. The charts will continue to draw data from the folders for as long as you continue to save mentions to them.

Whenever you wish to share a report you simply click Export and are instantly provided with a PDF version of the report:

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