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It would be useful to have an overview of the click statistics for each of the outbound links on a page, to easily track the amount of clicks on each outbound link. In the current plugin version, one would have to create individual goals for each of those links.
A populair post block with options like: – Plain list, list with image – filter on post type, taxonomy – number of posts – Time Range …or maybe a block variation of the query loop?
Filter not the full URL, but part of it. Like ‘/page/*’. That should show all data for everything that starts with page.
This feature will enable users to track and visualize the customer journey on their website, from the initial visit to the final conversion point (e.g., purchase, form submission, etc.). Key Components: Multi-Step Tracking: Allow users to define multiple stages of the customer journey and track user progress through these stages. Drop-Off Analysis: Show where potential […]
Option to disable rounding, so that the exact amounts of visitors is displayed (ex. 1725 instead of 1.7K).
Keep track of events happening on the site, for example clicking a button or playing a video file, or making a purchase.
Hi there ???? Great plugin! When hovering over the charts, you have to place your mouse pointer exactly on the points to see the tooltip with numbers. I know that many chart libraries allow the mouse to be anywhere on the x-axis to show the y-axis values for easy comparison across the axis. Would this […]
The challenge with the current dashboard is that it shows for example 100 page views to page1.php. However in my case my website is national, if traffic is coming from Russia or China it is probably bots or redundant traffic not valuable to me. Somehow it would be nice to see from where the traffic […]
I manage a number of websites. I would like to see the benefits of Burst statistics in a more centralized (maybe a stand alone version) manner where I can monitor all of the sites from one location, instead of having to switch to each individual website.
Hi, I use MainWP to maintain my websites : https://mainwp.com/ It would be very useful to have a look to Burst statistics of a website from its dashboard in MainWP. Regards.
I would like to see which external links the visiters click and how many times. Jetpack has this feature where I can see the number of times the links are clicked. I cant see however on what page the visitor clicked on the link. I need this information to track where and how often visitors […]
We will be changing the underlying technique for our dasboard and the statistics page to React and scss. One of the main reasons is because WordPress is using react more and more. Mostly because of Gutenberg. Love it or hate it, it is here to stay. Another reason we will be doing this is because […]
Hello everyone, I would like to propose an idea to speed up the loading of pages with JS Script inside. Move all the JS Scripts into the Footer, recovering precious seconds on the loading time of the web pages. Sincerely
It would be great if we could export all the data to a csv-file (or a set of csv-files) so that they can be imported to a BI-tool like Qlik or Power BI
Option to send email with statistics to somebody
I know it’s possible in some statistic scripts to not only see from wich search engine the visitor came, but also wich keywords were used.
Support for amp version of site.
I think the Statistics tab should be first to seen on the dashboard. This is the main information and we need to make one more click to see it.
It would be nice to show conversions. It should be easy to count the purchases and compare it to visitors.