Check out individual post stats — a rather cool feature!

Grace Partakers

A just discovered stat feature: check this out!

Addendum: Okay, okay — I realize that YOU OUT THERE can’t see my stats!

But, you can see your own — right? Right.


Look at today’s posts — the ones which were visited. Beside each post title is a little orange circle (I’m doing this from memory) — or the little stats’ chart image — click on it. Behold, individual post stats show up all the way back to whenever you first published that post.

Pretty cool stuff.

Thanks WordPress!

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  1. #1 by Bruce Stambaugh on February 8, 2012 - 01:12

    I followed your directions and I don’t have little orange circles.


    • #2 by lambskinny on February 11, 2012 - 00:02

      Yes, I do sometimes — other times, on the dashboard list of posts viewed that day, there are images that look like mini-graphs. Click on these and a new page should open to show you the stats for THAT POST.

    • #3 by lambskinny on February 14, 2012 - 23:31

      Bruce, I don’t know if you are still interested or figured it out or just gave up, but if you open your dashboard, go to your daily stats — top posts of the day…

      For each post listed, beside it is a small hourglass looking image with a plus-mark inside it.

      Click on this — a new page opens with the stats for THAT particular post all the way back to when you first wrote it.

      Hope you can see these —


      • #4 by Bruce Stambaugh on February 15, 2012 - 10:44

        Thanks. I did get it figured out. Mine is just a bit different. I have to click on the mini-bar charts to get the same info, no hourglass or plus mark. I don’t know why it’s different.

      • #5 by lambskinny on February 15, 2012 - 10:54

        Bruce, sometimes mine are little graph images, too. Other times, it’s an hourglass with a plus-sign. Weird for sure. Cool, nevertheless. Glad you got it. Carley

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