I am little bit confused about the statistics of question views that is mentioned in the weekly newsletters that I receive.
What does the figure refer to below the hub views? Is it questions asked by me and viewed by others during the week? Or does it refer to questions asked by others and viewed by me or replied by me?
I would like to get clarified in this matter.
That stat refers to the number of views to questions asked by you during the past week.
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