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Coda's publishing stats page was designed to help makers understand how their work is performing and use those insights to make their docs and Packs even better.

In this article, we'll go over how to access the publishing stats page, talk through the different sections and provide some tips about how you can use the data provided to improve your work.

How to access the Publishing Stats page

How to use Publishing Stats

How to access the Publishing Stats page

You can access the Publishing Stats page in two ways:

  1. Navigating to coda.io/mystats in your browser searchbar.

  2. Clicking on your Coda Avatar > kebab (three dots) > My stats

  3. [From within a doc:] Settings (cog wheel, top right) > Statistics > “See more stats”

  4. [From Packs Studio:] Click on “stats”

How to use Publishing Stats

When you first navigate to Publishing Stats, you'll start on a page that shows some high level data around Doc Sessions, Pack Installs and a table of your Docs and how they're performing in sessions and views.

Use the filters in the top right of the page to adjust the workspace and time horizon. All makers will be able to see analytics of their published docs. Makers on enterprise plans will also be able to see how their unpublished or internal docs are performing

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View stats for specific docs

You can judge the performance of specific docs by either clicking on them if you see them in the table or by using the search bar located above the table and then clicking on the doc you're interested in.

Teams on the enterprise tier are also able to see stats of each page within their docs. You can find page-level views, sessions, average time on page, and interactive charts under the Pages section.

View stats for Packs

To see stats for Packs, you'll want to click the "Packs" tab to the top left of the table.

Similar to how you examine specific docs, you can judge the performance of specific docs by either clicking on them if you see them in the table or by using the search bar located above the table and then clicking on the Pack you're interested in.

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