With all the updates and changes that are being made I think it would be a good addition if HP added a "quick view" option so that we can see if our Hubs need altering after a major change such as this latest change to the Amazon capsules.
The "quick view" could be like how Google uses it in the SERP's. You hover your cursor over the arrows and a quick view of the ranked website appears. I think this will cut down on self page views as well since I am often going back to check on my Hubs. Just a thought...
by KRC 6 years ago
Before I'm blasted, let me just say that I realize that all the columns on our "My Account" stats page are sortable and it's super easy to change it out anytime I want.However, I'm wondering how many of us automatically resort the stats because the default setting (highest...
by Sondra Rochelle 5 years ago
These show at the top of each article, but it would be nice to view them easily. This would give writers an idea as to how engaged readers are without having to check Google Analytics and would be much less tedious. With this feature, we would quickly know which hubs need to be upgraded.
by rebekahELLE 6 years ago
Maybe it's just me, but I find the stats page harder to read. It seems too crowded.Is there any way to stretch the box wider and perhaps shade the slideshow views to make it easier to read?
by patspnn 8 years ago
The statstics on my account page haven't moved in 50 hours them seem to be frozen in time. my hubs can't be that bad
by Ari Lamstein 6 years ago
Visiting the My Account page has always taken you to a listing of your Hubs and their traffic history. Now there is a "stats" button which, when pressed, will show you this data in the form of a graph. We hope that you enjoy this nice little feature!Also note that there is a...
by Pinky de Garcia 4 years ago
I checked my account stats today and I was surprised that my newly published and featured hub has comment but with ZERO view. How can visitors scribble some comments without viewing it? It makes no sense. Is there any problem with HP stats these days?
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