Mutiny makes it easy to export your experience impression level data, as well as have this data emailed at a regular cadence. You can watch a video overview of this feature here, or continuing scrolling to read more about it!
Accessing CSV exports
You can access your CSV exports by navigating to the "Analytics" tab on the left hand sidebar and then clicking "Reports".
Creating a new report
Click "Create new report".
Name your report and include any emails you want to receive your reports. You can add in multiple emails by separating them by comma.
Select the type of report you want to create.
One Time Report - This report will be sent once, shortly after it is created and you can select a custom date range for your report when creating it.
Recurring Reports - Recurring reports can be set up to be delivered on a regular cadence. You can choose to have these reports sent daily, weekly, monthly or quarterly, and they'll continue to run indefinitely until the report is deactivated. Recurring reports will contain data for a certain period, and will be sent the day after that period ends:
Daily: A report will be sent on September 2nd containing data for September 1st.
Weekly: A report will be sent every Monday. A report sent on September 25th will contain data for the week of September 18th-September 24th.
Monthly: A report will be sent on the first of every month. A report sent on September 1st will contain data for the month of August (8/1-8/31).
Quarterly: A report will be sent at the beginning of every quarter (January 1st, April 1st, July 1st, and October 1st). A report sent on April 1st will contain data from January 1st-March 31st.
Once a report is created, and an email is sent, it will appear in a recipients inbox with a link to download the CSV. The links in the email will expire after 1 week, but the report will always be accessible in the Report Log (see below).
Edit or delete active recurring reports
You can edit or delete existing recurring reports by clicking on the three dots on the report card, and then clicking "Edit" or "Delete". If you delete a recurring report, existing reports will still be available in the Report Log, but recipients will no longer receive that report moving forward.
Any report (one time or recurring) that has been created will appear in the report log. If a report is in a "Completed" status, it has successfully been generated and sent. If it is in a "Requested" status, the report is still being generated.
You can re-download any report that was sent by clicking the download icon under "Actions".
An example CSV can be found here with 1 row of example data. Each column is defined below:
Unique Mutiny identifier.
Unique visitor identifier.
Visitor Session Number
Index representing the number of unique sessions by the visitor.
If known, visitor email.
Visitor IP Address
Visitor IP address.
Mutiny references all sources of the domain for this visitor and selects the most reliable domain.
City based on IP.
State based on IP.
Country based on IP.
CB Visitor Domain*
Clearbit reverse IP enrichment of visitor domain.
CB Visitor Company*
Clearbit reverse IP enrichment of visitor company.
CB Visitor Industry*
Clearbit reverse IP enrichment of visitor company's industry.
CB Number of Employees*
Clearbit reverse IP enrichment of visitor company's number of employees
CB Confidence Score*
Clearbit confidence in this visitor's reverse IP enrichment.
6S Visitor Domain*
6Sense reverse IP enrichment of visitor domain.
6S Visitor Company*
6Sense reverse IP enrichment of visitor company.
6S Visitor Industry*
6Sense reverse IP enrichment of visitor company's industry.
6S Number of Employees*
6Sense reverse IP enrichment of visitor company's number of employees
6S Confidence Score*
6Sense confidence in this visitor's reverse IP enrichment.
Experience Viewed At Timestamp
Timestamp denoting when the user saw the impression.
Visitor device type (desktop, mobile, tablet)
The segment a user qualified for.
The experience ID for the experience the visitor saw.
URL for the experience in the Mutiny app.
The type of experience the visitor saw.
The name of the experience the visitor saw.
Experience Variant Name
The name of the variant the visitor qualified for.
Experience Personalization Type
Whether the user saw the personalized or control version of the experiment.
Comma separated list of completed conversions.
True if the user converted, otherwise false.
UTM parameters attached to the impression (
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