While we're talking stats, any chance this suggestion
will ever get implemented? About a zillion people have asked. It's LJSV-460
, whatever the heck that means.
Looks like there's still no way to see http_referer information with this development.Edited at 2009-12-16 11:12 pm (UTC)
I don't think that's part of the current development plan.
i've been waiting for something like this. awesome: :Db
there goes my last vestige of free time :O
Thanks for posting this. I never bothered with the stats before, but I have wondered,
Is this, or will this become, available for communities with paid accounts?
That is still being worked on - we'd like to offer it but I don't have an concrete information on how or when it would happen.
Thank you for this. Any chance of getting the stats extended to the communities that paid/perm users run? That might be more useful than the individual journals. ^^
I agree. This is interesting, but I would find it far more useful to know how many visits my communities are getting.
Dangit, I changed from XColibur to Vertigo to have a look and now I can't change it back.
Still, looks interesting.
Thanks for the warning, I was thiiis close to changing over for a brief peek.
Lots to take in here - a question:
Is there any way I can bring up a list of *all* the comments I've ever posted? Or at least all the OPs on other communities?
You know... like you can click back on the archive of all your own previous posts in your journal?
I mean, so I can just scroll down through my own OPs and see what I wrote, instead of going archive by archive and month by month in search of my scattered OPs in the various communities?
If nevnael is my #1, I will cry.
Is there an URL for accessing this? I don't even know what vertigo is, or how I would change to it, and there's no menu resembling anything like you've shown above anywhere I've looked.
Same here. I'm guessing it's a bug from it going live and everyone hitting it at once or something.
ETA: Well, it would be if it were working.
Edited at 2009-12-16 11:32 pm (UTC)
I was VERY HAPPILY still using XColibur as my site scheme, however there was no link to stats on that scheme so I briefly switched over to Horizon just to find the direct URL. And now I'm not permitted switch back again.
Instead of being happy about this perk, which I was, I'm now furious.
The retired site schemes aren't visible on the regular settings page (since they're no longer supported or updated). But you can switch back by going here
I clicked through, poking around at various months and days in Total Traffic mode, then when I switched to Journal Only, all the stats disappeared. I clicked back to Total Traffic, and they were gone. If I clicked on a month/day I hadn't clicked to already (say, October), the stats were there, but if I'd then click to another month (November - empty) then back (October) the stats would be gone, complete with a little 0 in the up-left corner.
Yeah, I'm getting disappearing stats too. :(
I'm not sure if I like this... now I can't be a creeper lol
I spent forever trying to get java working on three different browsers only to have all my stats disappear.
Call me when you actually get this thing working *eyeroll*
It does work. I'm betting it went down because so many people were accessing it.
Sometimes when I click a button to change the view, no data appears, even though I have previously seen data in that view. Is this a known bug?
It's a known bug as of right now. A refresh or two will pull through the information and I've alerted someone about it, so hopefully it will be fixed shortly.
Edit: we believe the problem has been found and fixed as of a few minutes ago.
Edited at 2009-12-17 08:01 am (UTC)
I can see me spending ages playing with this. Mind you, what I'd especially love is seeing stats by tag. Now that would be very interesting.
I am also getting a bug when looking at the entry-only page. I start out on the default "Entry View" tab and it shows a bunch of stats, and then I switch to "All visitors" and it shows different stats, but then when I switch again it shows nothing, and if I go back to "Entry View," still nothing.
Aside from these small bugs though, which hopefully will get ironed out, this is quite neat. :)
This looks like a really promising tool, but my "journal only" counts are sometimes higher than my "total traffic" counts. Am I missing something here?
I'm a real wonk for graphs, maps, etc, and so this feature is so cool to me :)
2009-12-16 11:53 pm (UTC)
very nice, thank you :)
a question ... maybe a suggestion? will it be possible at some point to see what 'a guest' looked at? as in, if s/he looked at the profile page, an entry ... i'm aware that most users surf around a bit, so there would be a need to decide what is recorded ... maybe where they 'enter' the journal?
Yes, this would be indeed interesting, since I have a lot of non-friended guests who cannot see any entries (all friendslocked) - I'd like to know why they were there - and perhaps where they came from (from a friend's journal or are they completely random? If so, what led them to me???)...
A bit off-topic... but I see that paidmembers
has their members "hidden" where no one can see them. Is that possible to do for other communities here on LJ?Edited at 2009-12-17 12:02 am (UTC)
2009-12-17 05:49 am (UTC)
I suggest you ask this question over in Support