PRO Analytics Are Now Faster, Simpler, Better

blog-analytics-previewData is important, which is why we are excited to announce the re-design and upgrade of our most-used SlideShare PRO feature, Analytics. All PRO users will now have better insight into their SlideShare initiatives, an easier way of viewing those analytics and faster results.

A few things which are new in Analytics 2.0:

Bye-bye Clutter

Introducing a cleaner, simpler interface that helps you better analyze the performance of your content.

New Data Points

See how many people shared your content on LinkedIn, and how clicked on links within your content.

analytics-screenshot2Ability to Drill Down

See trends for a particular presentation, by country or referrer. Then drill down and get analytics on each SlideShare.

Less Waiting Time

Analytics data will now be updated within 24 hours of publishing.

Cool Graphs

With a new graphs function, it’s easy to see how your content is performing. Switch graphs on (and off) for particular data points.
Then download the data as a CSV file, or download the graph as an image and use it for reporting.

sources-2Bots Traffic Removed

Filter out views from search engine crawlers so that you only see actual human views data.

Simply put, Analytics 2.0 is faster, simpler and vastly better than what we had before. The new analytics also gives us the ability to introduce new data points. It’s written from scratch on big data architecture, meaning we will be able to provide PRO users with new and exciting ways to slice and dice data. Have a look and let us know what you think!

10 Responses to “PRO Analytics Are Now Faster, Simpler, Better”

  1. Paulo Maia

    with the new analytics, i can´t find which city my presentations were seen. Can you help me with this subject?

  2. judith

    Hi, I don’t find the “latest Views”. I am interested in who is looking at the slides – not in blown up graphs an different versions auf how many people are looking at it.

  3. Amit Sawhney

    Paulo, Judith,

    Thanks for your feedback. We are trying to show the ‘latest views’ data in a better and more meaningful way. It will take us a while before we release it.

    In the meantime, we have implemented a stop-gap solution to get you and other users the latest views data that you had. Just go to the bottom of the views page tab and you will be able to download the data.

  4. Tony

    Did you remove the ability to set the date range? I found that to be most useful.

  5. Carol

    I just want to add a “me too” to what Tony said. We report various usage stats to our directors by calendar month to help justify our department’s existence and would miss the ability not to be able to specify a date range to get at our SlideShare usage data. Will stay tuned for workarounds. =)