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CallRail Analytics
Updated over a week ago

Note: Access to the CallRail Analytics feature is exclusively available to DashClicks Pro plan subscribers.

Step-By-Step Guide to Adding CallRail Analytics

1. Access Applications Menu:

Hover over the navigation bar to the left of the dashboard and select 'Analytics’.

2. Initiate New Integration:

Click '+ Add New' from the top of the page.

3. Select CallRail Integration:

From the list of integrations, select CallRail and then click 'Continue'.

4. Retrieve Your API Key:

Log in to your CallRail account and access your 'Settings' from the left-side column. In the top menu, select 'Integrations'. Look for the section titled 'Data Access' on the left side and click on 'API Keys'. Click 'Create API V3 Key' in the top-right corner and copy this new key to your clipboard.

5. Paste API Key:

Return to the Analytics application and paste your copied API key into the provided field. Click 'Continue'.

6. Select CallRail Account and Company:

Choose the CallRail account you want to integrate. Then, select the company within that account. Click 'Continue'.

7. Verify Integration:

Check the integration of your CallRail account by accessing the CallRail tab at the top of the page. On the right side of the page, you should see an icon that reads ID. Hover over this to confirm your account ID.

Understanding Your CallRail Metrics

After successful integration of your CallRail account, your Analytics application will display a tab labeled 'CallRail'. Let's understand what the metrics at the top of this page mean.

1. All Calls

This represents the cumulative count of calls received to date.

2. Answered Calls

This quantifies the total calls that your team responded to from all received calls.

There's an arrow displaying a percentage between these two metrics, computed by dividing the number of Answered Calls by All Calls.

3. Missed Calls

This reflects the total calls your team couldn't attend from all received calls.

Similarly, there's another arrow which shows the percentage of missed calls, calculated by dividing Missed Calls by All Calls.

4. First-Time Callers

This count includes unique callers dialing your number for the first time.

5. Avg. Duration

This provides the average duration of each call, calculated by dividing the total duration of all calls by the total number of calls.

The final arrow showcases the percentage of First-Time Callers, determined by dividing First-Time Callers by All Calls.


The bottom part of this page extensively details all your calls. This part is bifurcated into two sections: Calls and Insights. The default selection is Calls, which will be further elucidated below.

There are four tabs in this section; All Calls, Answered Calls, Missed Calls, and First Time Callers. They each contains identical columns. These tabs help to filter each category.

1. Caller Name

This column exhibits the caller's name.

2. Source

This reveals how the caller got your phone number to initiate the call.

3. Date

This indicates the date of the call.

4. Call Status

This shows whether the call was answered or missed.

5. Duration

This shows the precise duration of the call.

6. Recordings

This column contains the call recording. You can press the play button to listen to the entire call. This button will shift to an audio menu, enabling you to play, pause, and adjust the volume. You can also click the download button to get an audio file copy.

7. City

This provides the city from where the call was made.


Switch between Calls and Insights using the toggle on the page's right side. Access Insights for a quick glance at some crucial call statistics.

1. Top Call Sources

This section outlines the primary sources for your incoming calls. The green part of the bar denotes Answered Calls, while the red portion signifies Missed Calls.

2. Answered Vs. Missed

Similar to above, this section visually compares your count of Answered and Missed calls.

3. Call Volume

Lastly, this section exhibits a monthly graph of your call volume. The X-axis represents the date, while the Y-axis shows the number of calls. You can hover over a date to view a concise pop-up for a quick summary.

Column Customization

When the Calls toggle is active, you can customize the table at the bottom of the page by clicking on the icon at the far right. This allows you to modify your table to display only the metrics of interest to you and rearrange column order for a personalized experience.

To include a column in your table, check the box next to it. Unchecking a box will exclude the column. On the right side of this menu, drag and drop the grey boxes to reorder the table. Columns can also be removed by clicking the X to the right. Remember to click Save at the bottom of this menu once you're happy with your column options.

Note: You can hover over items within the menu to access tooltips which defines each item.

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