Use different dashboards to gather all important information about your website's performance at a glance. Very soon you'll be able to create your own dashboards and add custom report blocks to them.
In this module, we’ll learn more about the following tabs and it’s associated tiles:
A.Overview: This tab provides a quick overview of all the most important data from your website.
B. Pages Dashboard: This tab focuses specifically on website pages and their performance. It provides information about the top six website pages based on the number of visits they received during your selected time period.
Right above the tiles, you can see a date-selector icon. This enables you to select a certain time period, or specific day, for which you want the dashboard's data to correspond.
It is crucial to limit the presentation of data to specific dates or timeframes during which you executed potential campaigns or implemented other strategies. This will allow you to assess the effectiveness of these actions and use the insights gained for future planning.
You also have the possibility to set the dashboard's data to auto-reload every few seconds, minutes or hours depending on your needs.
In the dynamic landscape of website analytics, having the ability to dissect and understand your data is paramount. To empower you with greater control and deeper insights, we're thrilled to announce the introduction of an array of new filters on our Main Dashboards. Let's dive into the exciting new features that will supercharge your analytics experience:
These filters are your ticket to a more insightful and optimized digital strategy. By understanding your data at a granular level, you can make informed decisions and stay competitive in the digital world. Keep an eye out for even more exciting features as we continue to enhance our analytics platform. Get ready to supercharge your insights with our new Dashboard filters.
As you will now start to see, there is a huge wealth of information available to you for each section. See the following segments which will explore each of the tiles in more detail.
Quick Note: Don't forget to read the general hints about the dashboard tiles!
Within this module, you are being presented an overview of the most useful KPIs about your website's traffic, on a selectable timescale. Get to know more about the following KPIs:
This tile displays the six most popular pages within your website and the amount of page visits that were tracked during the selected time period (including reloads). This overview enables you to see which content is the most interesting to your user base. Take your learnings and focus on what your visitors are looking for!
Every row represents a popular page on your website and its relevant information.
This tile displays your website's bounce rate as a percentage within a specified time frame.
The Bounce Rate represents the proportion of website visitors who navigate away from the website after viewing only one page, regardless of how long they stayed or the method of their departure.
The data can be grouped by days, weeks, months, or years within this graph. Moving your cursor over the line will show you more important information, including a comparison of the selected data to the previous period.
Web analytics tools can categorize and present website visitors based on various factors, including their location. The geographical location of visitors is vital for delivering content and services that are relevant to their specific needs.
This tile will show you the top six countries from where your website's visitors originate.
Every row shows one country your visitors were located when visiting your website, reflecting the following information.
This tile shows the number of visitors that accessed your website within the last five minutes or the ones that are currently visiting it in real time.
On this map, you will see flag pins if you have visitors currently on your website.
If you hover over each round flag pin, you will receive more information about the visitor(s) that are currently navigating your website, such as the flag, the country, and the number of live visitors. Once you click it, you'll see a tooltip with the following information:
Website visitors (or visitors for short) are people who viewed at least one page of your website. A visitor can be categorized as new, returning, or converting.
This tile provides you with a list of your six most recent visitors on your website.
Each line represents a visitor's session and contains the following information:
Landing pages are the pages that were first encountered by your visitors within their sessions on your website.
This tile displays a list of the top six pages of your website where visitors first came when they visited.
This helps you to understand where most of your website's visitors started to browse your site. If you see that most users land on pages of your website that are not important for your business and do not contain the content that you want to emphasize, you should take corresponding measures to guide your visitors to other pages.
Every line shows one page your users interacted with first and the related information
Visitors that were directly forwarded from the listed third-party websites to your site.
Within this tile, you can see the top six external websites that have referred traffic to your website during the selected period of time.
This overview helps you to see which other websites support you in generating traffic and allows you to better understand your user base. Check why your visitors mostly came from a website (what content do they have, what call to actions, etc.) and use this !
Every line shows one referrer and the following information:
This tile displays the six most popular pages (not landing pages) within your website. It shows the website's pages that received the highest number of sessions throughout the selected time period. Note that a session may include multiple views of the same page.
This tile gives you insight about the top six operating systems that were used by your website's visitors when visiting your site.
This figure helps you to see whether you should optimize your website for a certain OS, as most of your visitors use it (or find out why people with a certain OS are not visiting your website)
Every row shows one popular operating system your users' devices have and the related information:
When a user opens a particular website, the web browser retrieves the necessary content from a web server then displays the resulting web page on the user's device.
Within this tile, you are presented the top six web browsers that were used by your visitors when visiting your site during the selected time period
This view helps you to see whether you should optimize your website for a certain web browser, as most of your visitors use it (or find out why visitors using a certain browser type are not visiting your page).
Every row shows one popular browser your users' devices used to access your website and the related information:
Within this tile, you will see the top six display resolutions of the devices that were used by your visitors when visiting your site during the selected period of time.
As you know, there are many different types of mobile phones, tablets, PCs, etc.. All of them might have different screen dimensions, hence different screen resolutions
This data helps you to see whether you should optimize your website for certain screen resolutions, as most of your visitors use it. If you see that a lot of users use a screen resolution that your website is not optimized for, you should change that to obtain better results.
Every row shows one popular screen resolution your users' devices have and the related information
This tile provides you with the top three device types that were used by your visitors when visiting your site during the selected time period.
This view helps you to see whether you should optimize your website for a certain device type, as most of your visitors use it. If you, for instance, observe that most of your visitors are using mobile phones to access your website and you have not optimized for mobile phones, then you should do so in order to improve the user experience/traffic on your page.
Every row shows a device your visitors have in use and the related information:
This tile gives you a brief summary of the most important topics related to the Polls feature. You will be able to:
This tile shows you an overview of the current situation of your Session Recordings feature. You will be able to:
This tile briefly presents you the most important KPIs relating to the Funnels feature. You will be able to:
This tile briefly shows you the most important KPIs related to the Heatmaps feature. You will be able to:
This tile briefly presents you with the most important KPIs related to your Event Tracking feature. You will be able to:
This tile gives you a brief summary of the most important topics in relation to the Survey feature. You will be able to:
This dashboard provides you with an overview of all your website's pages. It contains various page specific metrics that will be massively enhanced over the months to come. You will also be able to create and apply visitor segments very soon. To view more detailed information about your website pages, you can go to the Pages module.
On this dashboard, you'll see the following data based on the time period selected:
Important Notes: There are two ways that you can filter the data that you can see on this section.
a. Add advanced filters to specify your results and/or group pages by page level
b. Add filter by categories and defined values