Tray Analytics allows you to explore and visualize the tasks used by you and your team. You can find the analytics page by either going to the analytics URL (https://app.tray.io/analytics) or by selecting analytics from the main menu in the dashboard.
What is a task?
Tray Analytics is all about exploring how your workflows are executing tasks. The simplest way to think of a task is to imagine it as equivalent to a step in a workflow. When a workflow runs it executes each of its steps and each one becomes a task. A task does not necessarily correspond directly to the number of calls to a service that are made. For example, a Tray connector may make several calls to an API when it executes but this only counts as a single task.
Using Tray Analytics
The default view in Tray Analytics shows tasks over the last 7 days. This is up to the last complete day so you won't see partial data for today's date. The bar at the top provides a description of the graph.
The tables below the graph show the user, workflow, and connector with the most tasks. Note that the user table is only available to the team owner.
We can click on the items in these tables to see more details. For example if we select airtable from the Connector table we can see volumes for the airtable connector over the last 7 days. This view is for all users and all workflows.
We can use the bar above the graph to edit partitions. We can also click RESTORE DEFAULT to return the graph to the default view
If we select Workflows here we can see which workflows are using airtable. They are displayed in different colours.
Clicking on either a colour on the graph or a row in the table will then filter by that workflow.
Here's a video guide covering the same topics above: