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On each page or blog, you'll find two important analytics in the byline: the estimated read time and how many people in total have viewed it (all-time).
For more information, select the text in the byline that says how many people have viewed the page. This will open an analytics summary and chart showing the number of views and unique viewers for either the past 28 days or for all time.
To access even more page analytics, select Get more insights from the byline.
The Views tab shows data about page views.
Use the filters at the top to select the date range for your data. You can also decide how you want to group the data, whether to display it by total number of users or unique users.
Hover over points on the chart to view a summary of data for a specific date.
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 page attachments
Select the Attachments tab on a page's analytics to get insights on files attached to it, including:
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
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