Choosing from a range of report options lets you tailor reports to their different purposes. Here’s a summary of the different sections you can choose to include in your search and scheduled reports.
For more advanced options for pulling reports from your folders, check out the ad-hoc report builder.
HTML and PDF report options
Volume chart – If you have lots of news it can be helpful to show a breakdown of content volume across the period.
Volume summary – If you don’t have much news the charts can look a bit empty, so you can use the summary instead. This table will give you the overall total, dates and handy links that jump to the content for each date.
Sources chart – The split of content by sources for the selected period.
Sources summary – This table will give you the overall total for each source, including any ‘Other’ sources if they’ve become too out-of-control to include individually in the Sources chart.
Authors chart – The split of content by authors for the selected period.
Authors summary – This table will give you the overall total for each author, including any ‘Other’ authors if they’ve become too out-of-control to include individually in the Authors chart.
Content types chart – The split of content by type for the selected period.
Tag charts – The tag bar charts show each of your tag groups tag volume split out by sentiment.
Content summary – The article headline (which clicks through to the full article online), source, timestamp.
Relevant snippets – The segment/s from the article that include your keyword so you can see the context it appears in.
Intro text – The first paragraph of each article.
Matched keywords – The keyword the article is a match with.
Tags – The tags you or others in your team have added to the content.
Full text – The full text of media releases, newsletters, advisories, commentary, reports, results and speeches is included at the end of the report. Use the handy ‘Jump to full text’ link to get to it and then use the ‘Jump to summary’ link to get back up to your place in the report.
Don’t send duplicates / Hide duplicates – Duplicate articles will be grouped together and you won’t be sent additional duplicates in later reports.
Hide news behind a paywall – All news that’s behind the NZ Herald paywall will be left out of reports.
View in Fuseworks link – The ‘View in Fuseworks’ link is included next to all content. If you’ll be circulating the report to people who don’t have Fuseworks logins it’s handy to be able to remove this link.
Links to attachments – A link to all the attachments included with PR material.
Example for a simple report
Selecting ‘Content Summary’, ‘Relevant snippets and ‘Don’t send duplicates’ makes a nice simple report. You’ll get something like this:
Example for a report with a range of options selected
If you go for a few more of the options – ‘Content summary’, ‘Relevant snippets’, ‘Don’t send duplicates’, ‘Matched keywords’, ‘Tags’, ‘Full text’ and ‘View in Fuseworks’ you’ll get something like this:
CSV report options
Here’s a summary of the different sections you can choose to include in your CSV reports.
Tag summary – The number of articles tagged with each tag broken down by sentiment. Each tag group is displayed separately.
Article list – The raw data for each article in your report.
Tag detail – The article list data plus the tags and sentiment applied to each individual article.