Web Analytics

Updated as of 21st March 2021

Summary
  1. Visitor Tracking
  2. Visitors Events
  3. Custom Parameters

Visitor Tracking

The basic, it is the feature that allow you to understand your audience and their journey on your website with a point of view provided by Jitt.

Visitor Events Sessions

Visitor Events allows you to their journey throughout your website chronologically. From where they land on your website and by who (refferer). If the users has previously had a session on your website, you can retrieve it. It will show you whenever you see on the right side.



Understanding and evaluating your visitors behaviour and repeated actions is the best way to know what is working and what is not going so well on your website.

Click on Pageviews to see how much pageviews and which pages they saw. You can also see what they did during this session. Are you more visual than data, you can try our Sessions Replays that offer a more visual way to see your users session (breifly it work like a screen capture).



Gather all informations about your users such as country, devices, operating system, sessions, screen resolutions and much more. Learn more here.

Custom Parameters

If you wish to identify your visitors via custom parameters, then here is how you can do that. This feature can be helpful when you have a website that has a membership system where users can log into your website.

If they are logged in, you can specify their identifier (ex: email, user_id, name..etc) with our tracking code.

Why? This becomes very helpful when trying to understand what your users are doing and what problems they encountered on your website. You can do this by simply adding data-custom-parameters='{JSON_PARAMETERS_HERE}' like in the following example:

< script async src="https://jitt.io/app/pixel/12345678910111213" data-custom-parameters='{"name": "John Doe", "email": "[email protected]"}'>

If that extra parameter is provided then, in the Visitors page you will see a fingerprint icon near the visitor which tells you that that specific user has been identified with custom parameters.