Thursday, July 18, 2013

See more video insights with YouTube Analytics

YouTube Analytics can teach you more about your audience and help you spot trends to improve your channel. As your channels and networks grow, one of the top requests you ask for is to see more of your videos at once in YouTube Analytics. Starting today, you can see your top 200 videos in your video reports, as well as new charts to visualize your channel’s activity. For networks, you can now see the same data for your top 200 channels.

The new multi-line graphs allow you to compare the performance of up to 25 videos, channels or geographies over time in a number of reports. This is great for comparing video views, comparing views in different geographies, where most of your subscribers come from, and more.


With the stacked area view you can see how the data of selected videos, channels or geographies relate to their totals.

Drop us a comment here or in the YouTube Analytics Google+ community with more features you’d like to see.

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