Update the analytics feature on the Publish Online Dashboard so you can see all the individual analytics for each document
Currently on the overview you can see many analytics for all your documents combined, but on the document trends screen, only views and readers are available. It would be helpful to offer our clients more specific analytics.
The feature is implemented and is already available in latest InDesign release
Please upgrade InDesign to the latest version to use this feature.
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Lynn Soderberg commented
Still want to see the details in Overview, BY DOCUMENT. Please, please, please!
I would like to see a breakdown of shares, and how the publication was shared (social channel, email forward, etc.). I would also like to see a breakdown of time spent by page. I need to know which part of the document is working.
Yes to this!
Having an individual breakdown of document analytics would be extremely beneficial and further support this service as I beleive was originally intended.
Keep up the developments Adobe, you continue to support our needs in ways we never expect.
Matt Bingham commented
It can't be that difficult.
I wonder if it's a privacy issue.
Dean Baker commented
It would be extremely helpful to have full analytics info for individual publications. Currently is only allows you to view the combined full analytics for all publications together. We have needs to view each publication separately. Currently you can only view views and readers for an individual publication.
Jen Lucas commented
Exactly what Keith said!!
Brian Donahue commented
Analytics as a group of documents intended for different clients are pretty worthless to me. It worked great when I only had one document. My multiple clients want to know how their particular documents track with an audience, so we can measure the success of reaching that audience. This seems like a no-brainer and someone at Adobe could probably fix this in an afternoon before heading out for cocktails on the veranda. I was wondering whether there was a workaround where you take that long url adobe generates, plug that into google analytics for a larger set of data? That would be sweet. An alternative would be for Adobe to beef up their analytics to include more data. Like the old days of DPS.
Anne-Marie Concepcion commented
Yes, exactly what Keith said. It's what customers need.
Keith Gilbert commented
Javed, we really need to see the same analytics available in Overview > Viewer Insights on a per document basis that we can now only see in aggregate. In other words, I want to see total views, number of readers, average read time, total read time, and device breakdown PER DOCUMENT, not just in aggregate. Thanks!