With Joomag's new analytics you can view your readers' activity and analyze your publications' performance. Here's how to do that:

Note: This feature is available with our new Grow, Scale and Enterprise plans.

1. Navigate to Analytics on the left sidebar.

2.  Use the dropdown menu on the right and select Reader activity. The Overview section will be displayed by default.3. Proceed to the main filters.

  • First, insert the publication name for which you wish to see the reader activity. 
  • Now, specify the date range to filter the data. You'll see the last seven days' range by default, simply click the date and choose whatever day you need.

4. The chart below represents active and inactive readers within the specified time range. Each dot represents a day, hover over the dots to see how many readers viewed your publication on that specific day. Use the buttons Week/Month to view the number of readers for a broader period.

5. Scroll down to review reader activity according to the following criteria:

  • Readers: The number of readers who had at least one session within the specified time range.
  • New Readers: These readers were created during the specified period and viewed your publication for the first time. 
  • Page/Reader: This metrics shows the average number of pages viewed by a reader. Repeated views of a single page are counted as well.
  • Avg. Time Spent per Reader: This is the average session duration per reader in hh:mm:ss.

Note: The  Primary Dimension is Publication, which means you review the abovementioned criteria in accordance to your publication folders. You can click the dropdown and select Issue instead. 

6. Select a Secondary Dimension if needed.

 The Secondary Dimensions are as follows:

  • Country: Reader registered in this country. 
  • City: Reader registered with this city.
  • Continent: Reader registered in this continent.
  • Device Category: Device type, namely Desktop, Mobile or Tablet.
  • Mobile Device Branding: Device manufacturer or branded name such as Samsung, HTC, Verizon, etc.
  • Mobile Device Info: The exact model name of the device.
  • Mobile Device Marketing Name: The marketing name for this device, if there is any, e.g. Pearl (Blackberry)
  • Mobile Device Model: Device model, e.g. Nexus S
  • Browser: The browser used by readers to view the publication.

Now you know how to view reader activity. Proceed to the other sections to get the maximum of your analytics!