Realm admins and account admins can use platform analytics to understand how their entire Quickbase ecosystem is being used. It features key metrics relating to both contract entitlements and general usage that admins should be aware of.
Note that platform analytics is included for all customers on new plans. Customers with read entitlements are on new plans.
To view platform analytics, click Quickbase Admin > Manage the realm > Platform analytics. Here you can quickly see which metrics are part of your contract entitlements:
- Any metric with a gauge is part of your contract as a capped entitlement. These metrics articulate what you’ve used in your contract period to-date, versus what you’ve purchased for the period.
Note that Quickbase will not stop any product/workflow functionality if you exceed your capped entitlement. When usage reaches certain levels, the Quickbase account team will contact you about adding entitlements to your contract.
- Any metric with a number and no gauge is not a contract entitlement. It may be sub-component (user reads & integration reads) of a larger metric (total reads), but it is not independently a capped entitlement.
Key metrics on this page include:
|Users with access||Number of user licenses that are currently provisioned, compared to the number of user licenses purchased.|
Total number of times Quickbase displayed any of the following:
Total number of times Quickbase delivered data via:
Note: Billable step runs from Pipelines accrue towards your Integration reads entitlement. For customers on our new plans, there is no longer a separate entitlement related to Pipelines.
Total number of user reads and integration reads
|File attachment space||Amount of file attachment space that your apps currently use, compared to the amount purchased|
|App space||Amount of space your apps currently use, compared to the amount purchased|
|Daily app users||Number of users that access each app each day. For example, if you use 5 apps today, that counts as 5 daily app users|
|Days into contract period||Number of days elapsed since your current contract period began, compared to the total number of days in this period|
To view the definition of any metric, click the “i” icon.