Get familiar with commonly used engagement metrics and their role in gauging the user’s interest in our products.

Once our customers discover our APIs and get interested in using them, they'll likely spend more time on our developer documentation and start interacting with the tools we provide them with to help evaluate our APIs.

Customer engagement is the level at which a customer is interested in our product. Several indicators related to customer engagement can be used to assess this. By calculating customer engagement, we can get a wealth of useful insights that we can use right away. Our website, social media pages, forums, chatbots, email newsletters, blogs, videos, third-party websites, and so on can all serve as entry points for this engagement.

The following illustration shows a few metrics we can use to measure engagement across our developer experience.

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