Churn is the total number of times a particular user has rejoined the conference. For example, when there are problems in a particular conference, the user may choose to drop out and rejoin the conference in an attempt to solve the issue. This is considered churn.
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- What can I learn from the objective quality values?
- What is objective quality and how is it measured?
- What are the transport metrics shown for a conference call on the dashboard?
- What does SSRC (Synchronization Source) mean?
- What does MSID in SDP mean?
- What metrics are returned in the conference summary notification?
- Is there a way to test end users' network quality?
- How do you determine when a user drops out / rejoins a conference call?
- Can I find out which conference calls are peer to peer and which ones go through a TURN server (i.e. are relayed)?
- What metrics does callstats.io collect?