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Implemented Statistics in the admin panel / XF analytics / XenMetrics

Mike

XenForo developer
Staff member
#9
We're aware of it not being there, but really if/when it gets added would be down to the kind of requests we get for it.
 

Andy Huang

Well-known member
#10
There is analytics integration already, which means you can easily add funnels in your analytics to track registration and new threads as separate conversion rates... I don't really know what other stats are so important and must be tracked and calculated locally when the cpu resources could be used on serving contents :)
 

majdi

Well-known member
#12
it can't detect how many registration, posts have been posted, etc...
i suggested this to be a complimentary source of information
 

Nick

Well-known member
#13
Interesting. I am always checking my per-day and per-month registration and post statistics in vBulletin. It's a shame I won't be able to do the same with XenForo.
 

James

Well-known member
#15
Interesting. I am always checking my per-day and per-month registration and post statistics in vBulletin. It's a shame I won't be able to do the same with XenForo.
I also check these statistics on a daily basis! I hope they get implemented to some degree at some point.
 

Andy Huang

Well-known member
#18
I'm going to be honest, I've never managed to implement that successfully.
It will require a bit of testing and poking around... I think XF's registration process might actually be a bit harder to track since both /register/register and /login/login can act as the registration form. But you can probably still do it by using two goals for /confirm/ (email confirmation), and one with step 1 on /register/register and the other with step 1 on /login/login.

Will need to wait for when the software come out and see, I guess.