Exporting your metrics is a premium feature available to Enterprise account holders. Here's how to export your metrics:

Step 1: Select the 'Bulletins' option under 'Metrics'

Start by clicking on the 'Bulletins' option under the metrics drop-down menu. 

You will be directed to a page with a list of bulletins. 

Here, you will see your entire archive of expired bulletins. 

Step 2: Choose a date range to export

You can choose to filter your bulletins based on a specific date range. To do this, just type the start and end dates into the designated fields. Then, click 'Show'.

The bulletins will be updated accordingly, and only bulletins included in this date range will be displayed. These are the bulletins whose information will be exported.

Step 3: Export your metrics

Once you have selected your desired date range, select one of the export options. You can opt to export your metrics, or to export detailed metrics.

You will receive a confirmation notice at the top of the page. 

Check your inbox for an email from Bulletin. In case you don't see your email, be sure to check your junk mailbox. 

The metrics will be included as an attachment, in the form of an Excel spreadsheet.

Here the detail of what the columns show:

Bulletin ID:
this number is the bulletin's unique identifier. It's used for internal use only.
Bulletin title: bulletin title
Number sent: number of subscribers that a bulletin has been sent to.
Number read: number of subscribers that have read at least 1 story and have clicked at least 1 continue option.
Story ID: unique story identifier
Story title: story title, which matches the lead's first sentence.
Readers: number of subscribers that have read read at least 1 story and have clicked at least 1 continue option.
Finished: number of subscribers who have gone until the end of the story. Note that it does not mean that those who finished have read all the paragraphs.
Clicked: number of subscribers who have clicked in any of the links if included on the story.
Published: Publication date

What's next?

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