Your end-users can report their perceived quality of experience. We collect, aggregate, and visualize the Mean Opinion Scores (MOS) on the dashboard.
You can track the average conference duration and setup delay. A variation in these metrics indicates the usability of your service deployment.
A WebRTC session will invariably experience failures and errors. Our dashboard lists them, so that you can quickly identify the most common issues.
Be proactive, callstats.io will send notification to a channel of your choosing, for example, Slack, Hipchat, or via SMS. The notifications are delivered via Webhooks, you can connect them to pretty much any service.
You can look at the any conference and check the metrics for each user. In every conference, you will see the participant information, user event timeline, and connections details. You can also look at various network and media metrics, for example, how latency changed for each user at different moments of the conference.
We record dozens of metrics from each WebRTC conference. Going through all those metrics manually would be a very laboruous task. To save your effort, each conference page contains an automatic diagnosis, which gives you a quick overview of the most significant annoyances for the users in that particular conference.
Event timeline visualizes various end-user and media events. User presence () in the conference and possible connection disruptions (). The timeline also shows if the users muted or unmuted audio (), or paused or unpaused video (). We also show who is the dominant speaker () in the conference.