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analytics to track property usage #3

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paulirish opened this Issue Oct 9, 2010 · 11 comments

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@paulirish
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from @mahemoff

would be fascinating if #css3please released stats showing what properties people are tweaking

@paulirish
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still think its a good idea. @uxder wanna take a shot?

also congrats on radio.js!! looks great!

@uxder
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uxder commented Mar 5, 2012

Thanks Paul :)

Hmmm...do you want to handle this entirely on the client side? Maybe we can do google analytic custom events and use the js API to show stats? Haven't played with it much but I could look into it.

@paulirish
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yeah im basically thinking .. hmm

firing off pageviews or custom events for each feature that someone manipulates .. makes sense.

we probably wont surface the stats on the site but we can provide a report on them

@uxder
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uxder commented Mar 5, 2012

Okay, I'll try to look into this sometime this week :)

@uxder uxder added a commit that referenced this issue Mar 6, 2012
@uxder uxder Add google analytics custom tracking #3 f85659e
@uxder
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uxder commented Mar 6, 2012

Okay it's in there. Can't really verify it's working though. I set it up so that it only triggers once per property.

@uxder uxder added a commit to uxder/css3please that referenced this issue Mar 13, 2012
@uxder uxder Add google analytics custom tracking #3 dac3fe3
@uxder
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uxder commented Mar 23, 2012

Any data showing up on Google Analytics? Just wondering if little script I wrote worked :)

@paulirish
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yes!

also scott i added you to the acct. you should see it in your GA

@mahemoff
@uxder
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uxder commented Mar 23, 2012

Awesome! Thanks Paul!

@alrra alrra closed this Jan 25, 2013
@paulirish
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Updated chart:

@jonathantneal
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Whooooooooaaaa.

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