I would like to see year to date views to see a comparison how I am doing compared to last year at this time. I would also like to see my highest view details.
Thanks for the suggestion. You can download your stats to a csv file and track this history in an Excel spreadsheet in the meantime.
Peak views seems to not be accurate. I've got some past stats and the graphs aren't allowing the actual views to show because the cap is lower than the views.
by Michael Willis4 years ago
The listing for Photo views seems to appear randomly on our Statistics page. How about adding a tab to the page just to the right of "page views" where we can click on to see our photo views? Or a separate...
by jvhirniak2 years ago
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by julieannbrady2 years ago
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by Katie Hamre3 years ago
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by LongTimeMother17 months ago
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by James Paterson23 months ago
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