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New feature release: Page analytics

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Atlassian community,

Here at Statuspage, we see tens of millions of people look at our customers' status pages every month. Hundreds of thousands of support tickets are deflected as a result, but customers have had to use third-party vendors to track page views on their own status pages.

As of today, all status pages now have access to native, in-app page analytics. This new feature gives insight into the impact and reach of your status page by allowing you to track historical metrics for subscribers and page views. You can find this data by visiting and navigating to Your page > Page analytics. This is available for Public, Private, and Audience-specific pages.


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Page analytics takes incident communication strategy to the next level. Start tracking your page usage over time and experiment with different ways to share your status page with customers, such as Status embed or our integrations.

For more information about page analytics, check out this knowledge base article.

Enjoy this new Statuspage functionality and let us know what you think!

-The Statuspage team


Mirek Community Leader Apr 28, 2020

Cool!.. Two very basic charts but very useful showing the trend :) .. You can think about adding some statistics to that page defined "as text " that would describe it more precisely e.g "Avarage number of visitors .. " .. "Max unique visitors" .. "Current subscribers"... etc. 

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Chase Wilson Atlassian Team Apr 28, 2020

Hey Mirek, thanks for the feedback! We currently have subscriber count under the Subscriber menu option, but it might be nice to list it by the chart as well. As for average page views, we discussed that option and thought average page views might be a bit variable due to the spike in views during incidents. Maybe the average number of views during an incident would be a good start?

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Awesome to see this available for all Statuspage customers! I remember sharing Broadcom's requirements for in-house analytics with the Statuspage Product Team, being shown the first prototype and then having this enabled as BETA for a month.

I would like to further see this develop, and I know I've shared this with @Jake Bartlett but the following:

1. Drill down hour by hour of subscribers and users - we do regularly analysis which helps drive our page adoption by comparing our first initial postings and the increase in users.

2. Charting of the incidents and maintenance - would be super handy to have this and then be able to correlate this over the users.

3. Views of incidents postings - I'd prefer not to have average, would just like to see the views the post had.

Anyway looking to seeing this develop to become even more awesome!

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I see the subscriber chart on my page analytics, but don't see how I can get / view the 'unique page visitors' chart, as in the display above.  Is there a configuration or setting?

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Agree with Susan. Where is the "unique page visitors" data?

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Someone from the Atlassian team can confirm but I understand the pageviews/visitors was removed from this feature due to GDPR concerns.

I found this comment by Atlassian team.

To avoid any compliance issues, we have made the decision to disable and remove these cookies outright. While this does unfortunately break the page analytics feature, it does address tracking concerns. These have already been removed in production systems.


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