As a content manager or admin, it's essential to ensure your content reaches a wide audience. One way to measure this is by using unique views. Unique views count the number of distinct individuals who visit your website or a specific webpage during a specified period, like a day or a week. Each visitor is counted only once, even if they return to the site multiple times. It's worth noting that a view is considered unique if a user spends more than 3 seconds on a post.
Monitoring Unique Views in Posts
As an admin or content manager, you can easily access information about unique views within your posts. Click on the statistics icon to see more details; this will redirect you to a statistics page.
Acces your view statistics (bèta)
- Hover over your profile picture at the top right
- Click on Statistics
- Click on the notification at the top of the statistics
- Click on Views in the navigation column.
Track all view statistics (bèta)
In the new statistics page, you'll find a comprehensive overview of all unique views, including:
- A graphical representation of unique views for various content types, such as posts, pages, events, groups, users, and documents. You can filter the data by clicking on the variables on the x-axis.
- The number of unique views per content type.
- A list of the most viewed info pages, which you can click on to access the content.
- A list of the most viewed posts, where you can click on the titles for in-depth insights. This includes information on unique views per device (mobile or web), the audience that read your post, and a graphical view of your views over your chosen time range.