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User adoption is an important metric for any application’s success. But measuring adoption hasn’t always been a priority for Shiny developers. We think it’s time to change this. So today...continue reading.
Being able to monitor user behavior lets you know why something works (or doesn’t) in your dashboard. It helps build your user adoption strategy with user behavior analytics. So what’s...continue reading.