Notionlytics overview

How does Notionlytics work?

This guide will provide a high-level understanding of how Notionlytics works, what you can expect, and how to manage it to get the most out of your Notion pages' analytics experience.

The Notionlytics tracking widget

Notionlytics is a widget that needs to be embedded into your Notion pages in order to collect analytics. Each page comes with its own widget, complete with a unique code. This code will be used to track visitor data for that specific page. The widget can be automatically embedded in your Notion pages, avoiding manual work.

What does the widget do?

The Notionlytics widget serves as the foundation for gathering the analytics of your Notion pages. Once the Notionlytics widget is embedded into your Notion pages, it will start collecting valuable information about page views, sessions, user locations, average time spent on the pages, and more. This data is then used to create informative charts and metrics within the Notionlytics app.

Charts and metrics in the Notionlytics app

As the widget collects data, the Notionlytics app transforms it into valuable charts that display various trends and insights. Users can observe traffic changes over time, identify unique and returning users, determine the most popular pages, and gain other useful insights. For more information about charts, check the Reports & metrics overview article and Reports & Analytics section of this help center.

Managing Trackers

With the Notionlytics widget, users have full control over which pages they want to track. For instance, if you create a new page that you want to track, you can embed the Notionlytics widget code on that page, and it will start collecting data. On the other hand, if you no longer want to track a specific page, you can easily remove the widget from that page. This allows you to have complete control over which pages are being tracked and ensures that you only collect the data relevant to your needs. Furthermore, even if you remove a tracker from a page, the historical information will still be accessible within the Notionlytics app.

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