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Introduction to the Main Nav Items

Description of each item in the left main navigation

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The Main items can be found on the Left Navigation

Each icon takes you to the key components in Kubit:


You can create multiple dashboards which contain different charts based on the analyses your are interested in. All charts are interactive and you're able to control when they refresh and are emailed to other users.

  • All users can see Dashboards and subscribe to schedules for them as needed

  • You can also group Dashboards into logical groupings using Dashboard Groups.


You have the ability to create several charts within Kubit and you can find them all here. Each chart is designed to answer specific product analytics questions to learn more about your users.

  • Query - Ask questions like "How many users did an event?" or "What percentage of users who are paying do this event?"

  • Funnel- Ask questions like "What is my conversion rate for users who login to purchase?" or "Where are my users dropping off in my 4 step signup flow?"

  • Path - Ask questions like "What are the most common paths for users who go from starting a session to watching a video?" or "What are the differences in paths between my Android and iOS users?"

  • Retention - Ask questions like "What % of new users return after their first 7 days?" or "How does my churn look between registered and non-registered users?"

  • Cohorts - Build reusable cohorts that you can leverage in all of Kubit's charts to get granular with your analysis. Cohorts can look like "All users who watched at least 5 ads in the last 10 days" or "All users who dropped off at step 4 of a funnel".


Workspaces are designed to be a "whiteboard" type area for your charts. If you found something interesting and wanted to collaborate with others on your team, create a workspace and begin chatting with them, instantly.

  • Workspaces can also connect to your Slack instance for even faster responses


Here you're able to find all Events and Fields available in Kubit separated but each data Schema. You're also able to see any saved items your team has created like Virtual Events, Filters, Measures and Cohorts.


Incident markers can be displayed on any chart to show the relationship between certain marketing, operations or release events and metrics. There are many kinds of incidents and you can control their visibilities on every chart.


A schedule is a repeated job that will execute the analysis or dashboard and send it in email. You can create a schedule from the Context Menu of a chart or a dashboard.

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