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Analytics Data: Pageviews

Pageviews is the analytics metric that shows the number of times users opened an app feature.

Total and Trend

The total number for the selected time period appears in blue.

The trend is the percentage change of Pageviews from the previous time period. It's positive and green for increases, and negative and red for decreases.

For example, if you had 744 Pageviews in the past month and 384 Pageviews in the previous month, the number of Pageviews increased by 94%.


Select to display your graph as a bar graph or line graph.

The bar graph shows the total number of Pageviews for each feature in the time period you selected. Only app features that users opened appear in the graph.

The line graph shows the total number of Pageviews for all features for a specific date in the time period you selected.

Hover over any bar or point on the graph to see its details. For example, you can see that there were 4147 Pageviews for the Deals! feature. 


Your analytics data for Pageviews is broken down by feature (if you select a bar graph) or by date (if you select a line graph). 

The data is further broken down by platform—iOS devices, Android devices or both (Total). You can also filter this data by country. When the data is broken down by feature, you can filter it according to New Users or Returning Users.

For example, you can see that there were 257 Pageviews for the About Us feature on Android devices. 

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