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Viewing Page-level Analytics

Learn how to get analytics at a thumbnail-level for every page of your document

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Written by Vinoth
Updated over a week ago

Paperflite now lets you view analytics at a thumbnail-level.

What does that mean?

It means that you can view analytics for each page of a document. As you hover over the graph, you notice analytics loading up with thumbnail previews appearing for that page.

How does this help you?

You can measure analytics at a granular level and know which page is driving audience engagement.

Head over to any of your individual assets or assets inside a collection. Click on Analytics. You will now be able to see the Page wise analytics of the asset you choose. You can also use the View by filter to see analytics for all/team (Internal) /audience (External).

You will be able to see the number of views each asset has, the number of downloads done, Number of shares made, and average time spent on the asset too.

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