After logging in to the Editor, you'll land on the dashboard. The dashboard is designed to provide you a quick overview of how your website is performing, focusing mainly on number of visitors during a specific period and number of engagements (visitors who engaged with elements on your website, for example by clicking on images and downloading files).
Visitor statistics by period
In this section of the dashboard you can find statistics on number of visitors to your website during a specific time period. You can also view details about where the traffic came from, how visitors behaved on the website, and which of your pages were most frequently visited.
By default, the statistics displayed cover the past 30 days. You can change the interval by clicking on Day, Week, Month or specify a custom period by clicking on the dates and selecting a range from the date picker.
Overview: this block shows key, overall metrics for your website.
Engagements: this block displays how many times visitors engaged with various elements on your website.
Visitors: this block provides an overview of visits and visitor behavior. Hover on individual dates on the interactive graph to view a breakdown of new visitors, returning visitors and number of conversions on that particular day.
Top channels: this view tells you more about where traffic to your website comes from. Hover on the pie chart slices to view the number of visitors coming from each channel.
Top pages: this block ranks the pages on your website by total number of visits. The percentage number indicates the share of total page views on the entire website.
Referrals: this block shows from which external websites your traffic is coming from. This data can help you target your advertising and social campaigns in an effort to drive more traffic to your website.
Regardless of where you are in the interface, the Editor's top bar will always be visible.
Clicking on Design, you'll see the following options:
Clicking on Content, you'll see the following options: