Page views report in Notionlytics offers valuable insights into your Notion page's performance and user engagement. In this guide, we will explore the concept of page views, how to access page views report in Notionlytics, and the available customization options for better data representation.
What is a page view?
A page view represents the number of times a user visits a specific page in your workspace. Each time a user loads a page, whether navigating to it, refreshing the existing page, or clicking on a link that leads to the page, it counts as one page view.
For example, consider a user visiting your workspace on the homepage. If they:
Click on an article link on the homepage, read it, and then return to the homepage; this counts as two page views.
Refresh the homepage; this counts as another page view.
Navigate to a different page, then to another, and then close the browser; this adds two page views, totaling five.
Page views are not directly related to users or devices; they are representative of user engagements and interactions with your website's content. One user can generate multiple page views during a single session.
Accessing page views report in Notionlytics
To see the page view data, follow these steps:
Open the Notionlytics app and sign in.
Click on Reports in the left-side menu.
Choose Page views in the Historical reports section.
The page views report features
Notionlytics lets you observe page views at individual page levels and the entire workspace. You can also choose different granularity options such as Hourly, Daily, Weekly, or Monthly and select a specific time frame: last week, last 4 weeks, last 3 months, last 6 months, or last year.
To compare the current page view data to a previous period, click the "Compare to previous period" button. This interaction will draw another line on the chart, allowing you to visualize your past and current performance side by side.
For a quick overview, you can see the overall metrics for the selected period on the right side of the chart.
The page views report in Notionlytics helps you better understand how users interact with your Notion pages. Tracking page views and comparing them across different periods allows you to identify trends and improve the overall user experience.