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Preview your page's analytics

On each page (or blog), you'll find two important analytics at a glance in the byline: the page's estimated read time and how many people in total have viewed it.

To get more information, click on the text in the byline saying how many people have viewed the page. This will open a quick analytics summary where you can see the page's total number of views and comments, as well as a trend line showing the page views over time.

View detailed analytics on your pages

To get even more detailed analytics on your page and how it's performing, click View analytics to go to the page's analytics dashboard.

  1. Go to the page whose analytics you'd like to view. 
  2. Under the page's title, click the text in the byline saying how many people have viewed the page.
  3. Click View analytics.
  4. Use the filters at the top to choose the date range for your data. You can also choose how you want to group the data and whether to display it by total number of users or unique users.
  5. Hover over the chart to get the number of views for a specific date.

From the page's analytics, you can view the following insights:

  • Name - The name of the user
  • Last version viewed - The latest version of the page that the user has viewed
  • Last viewed - The last time the user viewed the page
  • Views - The total number of times the user viewed the page

View insights on attachments 

Click the Attachments tab on a page's analytics to get insights on files attached to it.

The Attachment tab provides the following insights for each attachment on the page:

  • Name - The name of the attachment
  • Last viewed - The last time a user has viewed the attachment
  • Views - The total number of views for the attachment