Analytics over a longer time period
On the site usage page, I wish I could see what pages have the most views and the most unique viewers over a longer period of time than seven days.
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Can you make it so that it is better than Google?
John Bartkus commented
For basic governance and maintenance - we need to be able to see the usage analytics for ALL pages on a site - and preferably for all the sites associated with a hub. This allows us to identify outdated or unused materials to keep sites fresh. It would be ideal to add this detail to the site usage page so site owners can self-service - but even making the usage logs accessible through Azure SQL would be a useful step so we can do deeper analytics. Trends over time require longer periods of more granular data capture. This was abundant/available when hosting our own server. It disappeared when we migrated to SharePoint Online.
I truly support this one. it is nonsense. For the other indicators you can change to 30,60 and 90 days. why not for this one?
When will this be available?
Adriana Neves commented
Can't believe more people haven't voted for this! Its driving me insane as our reporting cycle is monthly, but I have to export everything weekly currently to make any sense of the data - such as crazy manual job for something that should be so simple.
Would love to know why this isn't available, and how soon it can be made so!
Please add longer time periods week, month, 60 days, 90 days
I'd really appreciate the ability to check views over longer periods than 7 days. Maybe the 7, 30, 60, 90 like other parts of the analytics? Please and thank you.
Still can't understand why this isn't available
Daniel Howard commented
Seriously, how hard can this be?