Install Statsy on Next.js

This page is all about how to get Statsy up and running on Next.js. We've made the steps easy to follow. If you're ready to use Statsy with Next.js, you're in the right place. Let's get started!

Basic setup

Install @statsy/react

The Statsy React package is available on npm. It is recommended to install it with your package manager of choice.

pnpm i @statsy/react

Add <Analytics /> to your app

The Statsy React package provides a component that you can add to your app. It will automatically track page views and send them to Statsy.

import { Analytics } from "@statsy/react";
export default function MyApp({ Component, pageProps }) {
  return (
      <Component {...pageProps} />
      <Analytics siteId="YOUR_SITE_ID" />

Track custom events

You can track custom events by using the track function.

import { track } from "@statsy/react";
export default function Page() {
  return (
      <button onClick={() => track("button-clicked")}>Click me</button>

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Advanced setup

Component props

The <Analytics /> component accepts the following props:

Prop nameTypeDescriptionRequired
siteIdstringThe ID of your site. You can find it in the Sites section.Yes
trackingEndpointDomainstringThe domain to use for tracking. Defaults to
eventMiddlewarefuncA function that is called before sending the request.No
autoTrackPageviewsboolWhether to automatically track page views. Defaults to true.No

Custom tracking endpoint domain

By default, the Statsy React package sends tracking requests to You can change this by using the trackingEndpointDomain prop.

import { Analytics } from "@statsy/react";
<Analytics siteId="YOUR_SITE_ID" trackingEndpointDomain="" />;

Learn more about custom domains in the Tracking Script section.

Customizing events with eventMiddleware

The eventMiddleware function is called before sending the request to Statsy. It receives the following arguments:

Argument nameTypeDescription
eventobjectThe event object that will be sent to Statsy.
event.namestringThe name of the event.
event.hrefstringThe href of the event.

The eventMiddleware option lets you change details about an event before sending it to Statsy. For example, you can set it up so that any event with "/admin" in the URL is ignored.

When you make it return null, no event details are sent. Plus, you can tweak the URL however you want, like getting rid of parts after the question mark.

import { Analytics } from "@statsy/react";
  eventMiddleware={(event) => {
    // Ignore all events that have a `/admin` inside the URL
    if (event.href.includes("/admin")) {
      return null;
    // Remove the `token` query parameter from the URL
    if (event.href.includes("token")) {
      let url = new URL(event.href);
      return {
        href: url.toString(),
    return event;