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CDS View - active & logged out subscribers per month

Hello everyone,

I would like to see an evaluation of the subscribers in the Marketing Cloud. I would like to see the total number of active and unsubscribed subscribers per communication category and month.

I think I can create a CDS view for this. But I only find the general number of subscribers. Apparently summed up after interactions. But I want the sum of the unique subscribers that are currently logged in. The numbers also differ from those in my segmentation.

Can anyone give me a tip on how I can visualize this?

Best regards,


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  • Posted on 23 hours ago

    Hi Lisa Wedemann,

    I can imagine to create a solution like this:

    1. Create a CDS view with Analytical Cube using Primary data source I_MKT_InteractionCube
    2. Include the necessary fields: InteractionContactUUID, InteractionType, NumberOfInteractions
    3. In the filter tab add the filter for NEWSLETTER_SUBCR
    4. Save and Publish

    Next you have to create a custom analytical query on your Published Cube:

    1. In the display tab add a counter on the dimension InteractionContactUUID

    Save and Preview.

    You should now be able to see number of subscriptions along with the number of unique contacts.

    Hope this helps,

    Abdullah Amer

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