Summary Report

This is a sample of the Editorial application Summary Report. The maximum valid range is date range is 1 month.


NOTE: Statistics are updated every two hours.


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Editoral summary

Published Report

This is an example of the Editorial application Published Report used to view the number of assets that have been published during a give period of time.

Choose Start Date and End Date, and then choose asset Type from the dropdown menu. A section can also be isolated using the Section pulldown menu. Select Search to complete the search.

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Editorial published

NOTE: For reports that offer reporting based on site sections, in order for those sections to be included, a section tag must be first created. To learn more about Section Tags, please view the following documentation, located here.


Most Commented Report

This is an example of the Editorial application Most Commented Report. A section can also be isolated using the Section pulldown menu. Select Search to complete the search.

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Editorial most commented

Most Popular Report

This is an example of the Editorial application Most Popular Report used to view which assets are considered most popular based on the highest number of pageviews.

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Editorial Most Popular

This is an example of the Editorial application Most Popular report using Google Analytics used to view which assets are considered most popular based on the highest number of pageviews.

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Editorial Most Popular Google

NOTE: The Slideshow: Carousel block will count each asset in the carousel as a separate pageview if Auto Slide is set to "False." If set to "True" it will not count pageviews (for Flex).  For Zen, Touch 5 Page Views are automatically recorded with each Image Asset viewed even if they are pulled in as Child Related Image Assets into an Article Asset.  This is for Google Analytics only. It does not affect Murlin Stats. 

NOTE:  The Virtual Page View must be triggered by a user action. So, an automated slideshow that changes every 5 seconds wouldn't trigger new virtual page views.