In this article, we'll provide an overview of how Statsy collects data from your users and the information we process to help you gain valuable insights into their behavior on your website.
Statsy collects various data points to help you better understand your users' interactions with your website:
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On the edge, we create a unique hash for each visitor and store it in a session object. We then send the following data to our server:
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A session represents a user's activity on a website. We use UUID (Universally Unique Identifier) to create the session ID. Sessions help us track metrics such as bounce rate and time on page. A session ends after 30 minutes of inactivity.
By understanding the data flow and collection process in Statsy, you can better leverage the insights provided by our web analytics tool to optimize your website's performance and user experience. Start using Statsy today to make data-driven decisions that drive growth and success for your online business.