@celia thanks! there's a github thread with that request and yeah would be nice to have for sure! github.com/plausible/analytics

You can now click on your site in the top left of your Plausible dashboard to quickly switch between sites in your account and get easy access to site settings too. Saves you a second (or two). Enjoy!

Popular Twitter thread asks: "Has anyone ever gotten in any sort of trouble at all for not having one of those stupid fucking cookie disclaimer dickbars on their website?"

Someone replied with: "You don‘t need a dickbar if you avoid cookies for tracking and adtech. Shoutout to Plausible"

We should put this on our home page as the new headline! 😂

"How Many People Are on This Site?"

This is a nice and transparent way to link to your public dashboard and inform your audience about stats you collect at the same time.

blog.pragmaticengineer.com/sta

You can grow a startup without following the "best marketing practices". We don't do:

Paid advertising
Pixels from Facebook and Google
Retargeting
Session recordings
A/B testing
Affiliate marketing
Podcasts/videos
Fancy email sequences
Popups
Chat bots

plausible.io/blog/startup-mark

New feature! 📢

You can now click on any of your pages to get a breakdown of the traffic for that specific page.

You can also click on any referral source to see the traffic sent to that page by that referrer.

We're putting the finishing touches to something new 👀

The ability to click on any of your pages and get the complete page drilldown...

Whoops! This is what happens following a record breaking week! 👀

No panic. Short terms traffic fluctuations are normal, especially if you hit the top of Hacker News. Difficult to sustain those traffic levels.

Wait for more long-term trends to emerge before making changes.

@Matter @edgren yeah I assume it's the blocklist that blocks Plausible itself. We don't use any external analytics or any other forms of tracking. Too bad it blocks the whole domain including our blog posts etc rather than the script itself. Hopefully it allows you to manually whitelist specific sites

@maique @write_as you'll need to include the data domain too as otherwise we don't know which site is being tracked

@naii @Decentralize_today sounds like a plan Alexander, looking forward to hearing more!

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