The Pages dashboard provides a detailed analysis of your static/reference content, across global and space pages. It shows you page traffic over time, most popular pages, and even the split of web vs mobile viewers.
Use it to understand which Pages are getting the most traffic and which are not and therefore candidates for removal or updating.
Device(s): Web only
Role(s): Admin, Analytics Viewer
Access the Pages Dashboard from Admin > Analytics > Advanced Content
This table shows you which are the top Pages in terms of total views by default, but it can also be ordered by any of the other values by selecting that column. Scroll the table to see all the Pages in your organization.
By default it will show both Space Pages and Global Pages (if Global Pages is on for your organization). It can be filtered to a specific type, or a specific Space using the quick filters.
Using a combination of the total views and the average view ratio will help you understand which Pages are not just highly visited, but which are returned to again and again by the same people, and therefore highly valuable. You can also get an understanding if pages are primarily viewed on web or mobile.
Selecting a specific Space in the Space filter will show data for all pages in that Space. Selecting (clicking on) a specific Page will filter the visuals to that specific item. Click again to deselect.
Use the date filters to narrow down and focus on the engagement specific to that timeframe. Note that changing the date filters will reset any page or space selections.
Page Visit Trends
Shows the total views in the timeline selected by the date filters, or from the date of first visit (whichever is the later). This is further broken down by device type. Total views and Total viewers (unique views) are also included on this chart, as well as the percentage breakdown by device type.
By default this will show all pages. If a specific Space has been selected above, the data will represent the engagement with all pages in that Space. If a specific Page has been selected, it will represent that page.
This chart is very useful to understand how page visits are changing over time. Use it without any specific item selected to understand if overall page consumption is increasing or decreasing.
Filtering to a specific Space is useful to understand the trend in the pages in that Space, especially in combination with the Page Engagement table below it. Filtering to a specific page allows you to understand if the content is still being visited.
Page Engagement Breakdown
This table is useful to get a view of some extra information on pages, such as when they were created and last updated, and what level of click through or video engagement there is on pages.
You can use it to do your own analysis by ordering by the column you are most interested in.
For example, you might want to see which pages have not been updated in over six months. Or to see which have the most link clicks. It can also be exported for analysis in another tool of your choice.