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How many user has visited particular page?

  • 24 August 2021
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i want to know how many time user visited this page and how many user visited this page. where can i find this details.

 

 

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Best answer by Saish Redkar 24 August 2021, 18:13

Hey @miteshmakwana 

To begin with, I would point out to the Data Taxonomy Playbook to understand how to define your events ( especially page view/visit events ) and user properties in context of your product, in case you are just starting out.

Once you have your events instrumented, you are all set to use the Event segmentation chart to answer those questions. 

From some of your questions above, it seems like you might be coming from a Google Analytics world, for which it’s good to understand the differences between GA and Amplitude.

 

  1. How many users are active now?
  • Depending on what is your “now”, the realtime metric view is the closest you can get to answering this question. However, this is an Enterprise-only feature as per the docs. Here’s a chart which shows this

    2. Last month new user report?

  • Something like this chart . You can toggle between linechart and barchart view to get the desired results                                

    3. How many user has visited particular page?

  • Taking the “View Welcome Page” as the desired page view event, a chart like this will help.

 

Hope this helps!

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is this possible to get below data if yes then how?

1. How many users are active now?
2. Last month new user report?
3. How many user has visited particular page?

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Hey @miteshmakwana 

To begin with, I would point out to the Data Taxonomy Playbook to understand how to define your events ( especially page view/visit events ) and user properties in context of your product, in case you are just starting out.

Once you have your events instrumented, you are all set to use the Event segmentation chart to answer those questions. 

From some of your questions above, it seems like you might be coming from a Google Analytics world, for which it’s good to understand the differences between GA and Amplitude.

 

  1. How many users are active now?
  • Depending on what is your “now”, the realtime metric view is the closest you can get to answering this question. However, this is an Enterprise-only feature as per the docs. Here’s a chart which shows this

    2. Last month new user report?

  • Something like this chart . You can toggle between linechart and barchart view to get the desired results                                

    3. How many user has visited particular page?

  • Taking the “View Welcome Page” as the desired page view event, a chart like this will help.

 

Hope this helps!

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  • Depending on what is your “now”, the realtime metric view is the closest you can get to answering this question. However, this is an Enterprise-only feature as per the docs. Here’s a chart which shows this

 

Can you please explain more about to know active users?

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  1. Can we get report for the active user of last month?
  2. How can I get new user of Last month?
  3. On Which bases you can identify new user ?
  4. How many users uninstall the application ?
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  1. Can we get report for the active user of last month?
  2. How can I get new user of Last month?
  3. On Which bases you can identify new user ?
  4. How many users uninstall the application ?

@Saish Redkar Can you please help for above queries?

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Hey @miteshmakwana ,

  1. By default, an active user is a user who has logged at least one event during your selected interval of real-time (5 minutes), hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly. You can edit this definition by marking certain events as inactive. Users who have only performed Inactive events would no longer be counted as Active Users. Here is a demo chart which shows how to get the active user report for the last 30 days.
  2. https://analytics.amplitude.com/demo/chart/new/4byxf1l

I would refer to Ning’s responses on your question below for the remaining subquestions-

 

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