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
Thanks for this, and for allowing us to opt out. I appreciate that.
The graphs keep disappearing. They appear fine once, and then I click another tab and come back, and they're blank.
Refreshing the page should pull up the information. It's a bug, and we're working on fixing it right now.
This is an utterly bad fucking idea, especially since you have been collecting stats since the early summer *without telling people*
The My Guests feature was announced back in July
, so that everyone could choose their privacy options
before that happened. That was done specifically so that privacy could be respected.