You can now export all of your stats in a CSV format
Click on the download icon on the top right of your Plausible dashboard. It will export a ZIP file which includes CSV files of the individual reports. You can then import your stats into Excel or other data analysis tools.
You can even export a filtered view. Filter your dashboard by any metric to get an export of that particular view. Segment the dashboard by any goal such as external link clicks, 404 error pages or custom events to download those metrics.
Conversion rate for all the different metrics at a glance
When filtering by a specific goal, in addition to the overall conversion rate (CR), you can now see CR for other metrics too. This makes it easier to discover the best converting campaigns, referral sources, landing pages, articles, countries and devices at a glance.
Filtering is now more powerful
There’s now the “Add filter” button in the top right of your dashboard that makes filtering even more powerful.
It adds extra functionality so now you can search for any metric (easy way to find that specific page), exclude certain segments of traffic (see all traffic outside the US for instance) and group your pages too (analyse your blog posts separately from the rest of the site).
Click on the “Add filter” button to explore or read more here.
You can now track visits on localhost
You can now use the plausible.local.js extension if you want to count visitors on localhost. This is also useful in Cordova, Capacitor and other hybrid apps. Learn more here.
Invite team members, assign roles and transfer ownership of a site
A proxy to bypass adblockers
If you’re concerned about adblockers, we’ve now made it easy to serve our script through a proxy and get more accurate stats. See the instructions here.
Time on page is now live!
Time on page for your individual pages is now live in the Top Pages report! Have fun exploring!
Stats API is now out of beta
Plausible Stats API is now out of beta! It offers a way to retrieve your stats programmatically. It is a read-only interface to present historical and real-time stats. Take any metric that you want, present it wherever you want in whatever shape you want. More details in the API docs.
You can now embed your dashboard on another website using an iFrame
Want to showcase your stats to your visitors? Or want to integrate Plausible into your custom built client area? You can now do so by embedding the dashboard. See instructions here.
Get insights into the user journey with entry and exit pages
You can now find Entry Pages and Exit Pages in the “Top Pages” report. Click on the “details” button to get extra insights including visit duration for visits started on a specific entry page and exit rate percentage for individual pages.
Create goals for dynamic URLs without using custom events
Pageview goals are now more powerful. You can use rules to group different pages or create goals for dynamic URLs. Track all the blog posts by using
/blog**or track Woocommerce checkout pages for your ecommerce by using
/checkout/order-received/*. Full details in the docs.
Shared links are now more convenient for your clients
Our private and secure shared links have a new format which makes them easier to bookmark and access again for your clients. If password protected, the password is saved so the client doesn’t need to type it on each visit. Any existing shared link will automatically redirect to the new one.
Navigate the dashboard using keyboard shortcuts
You can now navigate and analyze your Plausible dashboard even faster by using keyboard shortcuts. Here are the shortcuts that we do support.
Exclude specific pages from being tracked
By default, Plausible tracks every page you install the snippet on. You can now manually exclude specific pages from being tracked. Here’s how.
Sticky header is here for easier filtering
You told us you loved the sticky header concept so it is now live! 😍 It makes it easier to:
- See the chosen time period and switch dates
- See the chosen filters and clear filters
- Get a filter drop-down menu when using many filters
- “This Month” is now “Month to Date” with a comparison to the previous period
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