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Create a setting to disable/enable visit count for Admin / login users / IP
Send scheduled report (weekly, monthly, …). Best if mail-address can set free without limitation to registered users. On-Top: Report as DIN A4-PDF as additional option. But as HTML-Mail first, for faster readability.
Add a way to add custom goals to keep track of important website metrics. For example clicks on outgoing links and clicks on buttons. Another custom goal could be keeping track of Woocommerce sales.
I realized that I wait until midnight to see the chart for today. I am aware of the reason why you do not include today’s statistics in a chart but maybe you can consider show it as hourly stats.
It would be very helpful if we could see the country where our visitors are located.
It would be nice to be able to filter the page views and visitors for each article by the country they came from. This is something important for German speaking regions because Austria, Germany and Switzerland have different words for the same thing and if an URL contains expressions that are relevant for two countries […]
Tracking without using cookies
Hi Team, I was thinking that a current day view in burst (under the Statistics menu) would be good. At current, I can see everything that is TODAY – 1 but cannot see the metrics for the current day. Thanks, Brad
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
Would it be possible to drill down to see what pages a certain customer had visited before purchase? It would be nice to add it to admin order page.
We would like to see statistics per role – what pages visited the existing customers.
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.
A way of anonymously tracking user hits on specific pages from specific referrers, and an ability to drill down regarding the behaviour of those visitors after they landed on the page. This would give us the ability to better dial-in ad campaigns that we may run on specific platforms (ie Facebook, Twitter) but without violating […]
It would be really great to have a beautiful widget that sits on the dashboard showing the statistics. It would immediately give us a glimpse of the data without having to navigate through menus to find it.
Import data from Google Analytics.
Suggestion: I like the graphical representation of the results. A few suggestions: Can it be presented in dashboard when opened? Can the vertical axis have a smaller distribution instead of the current 20 – 40 – 60 …
Would you consider linking the burst and complianz accounts so that the same user login can be used in both cases?
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.
The loading time of the script is 1.2 on the site that’s long for a site