What is the


What is the "observation period" that is often mentioned?


How does the chairperson of a regulars' table determine the interest of interested parties? How can you assess this? These were some of the questions we asked ourselves at the beginning. The answer was simple: The interest of a visitor can be measured by his or her participation in the regulars' table. If someone takes part in the life of the regulars' table, he/she is also interested. In order to be able to make a distinction here, each participant is given his/her individual observation period; a date in the future on which we look to see whether the person has taken part in the regulars' table life. Once this date is reached, we look at the visitor statistics to see whether a participant has actually taken part in the life of the regulars' table or not.

The date of the individual observation period can be found in the personal log-in of the regulars table user information. The access data for this will be sent out by email.



FAQ-Stand: Sa, 18 / 06 / 2022 / 08:00 | FAQ-ID: 37