Product Analytics. Part 1 Measuring activation rate

148. Measuring activation rate

After writing a query for onboarding funnel we’re one step away from calculating the activation rate. 😤 Let’s do it in this exercise 👇

Calculate percentage of users who started reading a book after finishing the onboarding (within a 30 minute window after landing on a library page).

⚠ You need to compare number of users who started the onboarding (/welcome page) and read the book (/reader/:slug page).

⚠ Submit the integer part as an answer. Example: if activation rate is 34.81284 submit 34 as an answer.

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