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Here are the steps you can take to get the most out of your Plausible experience:
Enable email/Slack reports and notifications for traffic spikes
You can decide to enable weekly (every Monday) and/or monthly (every 1st day of the month) reports to be sent directly through email. See instructions here.
You can also enable traffic spike notifications to be sent directly through email. This will help notify you when your site has an unusually high number of current visitors. See instructions here.
And you can get the same reports and traffic spike notifications in Slack too. See instructions here.
Integrate with Search Console to get keyword phrases people find your site with
You can enable the Google Search Console integration to get all the search keywords people find your site with in Google's search results directly in your Plausible dashboard. See instructions here.
Set up easy goals including 404 error pages, file downloads and outbound link click tracking
Plausible allows you to track custom event goals like button clicks, form completions and anything else you can think of. See the instructions here.
Start using UTM tags in your marketing campaigns
To minimize the amount of traffic that falls within the "direct / none" referral source, you can add special query parameters to your links in social media, email newsletters and your paid advertising campaigns.
utm_term query parameters are all valid and supported by Plausible Analytics. Learn more here.
You'll then be able to follow the visitor journey from a paid ad click to a conversion on your site directly in your Plausible dashboard. All the UTM tagged clicks will be displayed in the Campaign tabs of your Top Sources report and all the conversions will be in the Goal Conversions section. You can then filter your Plausible dashboard by a specific goal to see conversion rate for all the individual sources of traffic, landing pages and so on.
Read also our guide on how to use UTM parameters to track your campaigns and understand the dark traffic.
Share your stats with a private link or open them up to the public
You can share your Plausible stats with (potential) partners or advertisers. Or if you're working for an agency or working as a freelancer, you can share the site stats with your clients by generating a shared private link. The shared link is secure and impossible to guess by default. You can even password protect it. Learn more here.
You can also choose to be transparent and make your site stats public so anyone with your stats dashboard link can view them. Learn here how. You can also embed our default dashboard without any Plausible branding directly into your own website.
Invite team members and other collaborators
Plausible makes it easy to invite team members, clients and other collaborators. You can invite team members and also assign their roles. You can choose to give people access to the stats dashboard only or give them the permission to edit site settings and invite other collaborators.
You can learn more about user accounts and levels.
Explore our API
We have a stats API that allows you to take individual metrics and create a custom-built dashboard within your UI in whichever shape or form you want.
We also have a sites API that allows you to add and manage a large number of sites programmatically.
Import your historical Google Analytics stats
You can import your historical Google Analytics (Universal Analytics) stats into your Plausible dashboard. See how our GA importer works.
Opt out from counting your own visits
When you're working on your site, you might not want to record your own visits and page views. Here's how to opt out and exclude yourself from your analytics.
You can proxy our script
If you'd like to serve the script as a first-party connection from your domain name, we offer a way to proxy our script. See full details here.
Now you're ready to start exploring your fast loading, ethical and actionable Plausible Analytics dashboard.