Youtube analytics just got super charged!
We are pleased to announce an important update to YouTube metrics. This is the first iteration, focusing on the deep-level metrics on the video level, including a historic development of a single video.
This update has created and updated data sources:
- youtubeAnalyticsVideos - private-level aggregated data on videos created within the selected time period.
- youtubeAnalyticsTopVideos - [UPDATE] private-level data of the top videos within the channel from the selected time period. The update removes any previous limitations of a maximum of 200 videos.
- youtubeAnalyticsVideosTimeSeries - interval-based private-level data (daily, weekly, monthly) for each video.
Improvements for profile search
This includes two improvements for profile search:
Warnings and errors are more transparently shared in case a profile could not be found using the URL of a specific social media profile
Consecutive searches with the same term will result in no extra loading time
Holding private-level data about videos of YouTube channels created within the selected time period.
Holding private-level data about videos of YouTube channels created within the selected time period.learn more
Improved relative date selections with "This..." and "Previous ..."
This is a small update to our relative date language usable in our date selector across the tool. Now supports all types of units for "This ..." and "Previous ..." including day, week, month, quarter, half-year, and year.
Previous 3 quarters
Previous 3 half-years
Previous 2 years
Previous 20 days
This way we cover all commonly used units across "Last ...", "Previous ..." and "This ...". Only for "Last ..." the units quarter and half-year have been excluded as those specifically referred to an absolute range in relation to a calendar year.
YouTube: 10 best performing videos over time
List of metrics dedicated to the top 10 videos over timelearn more
YouTube: Performance of the video for the 30 first days
A number of metrics related to the first 30 minutes/days. Covering views, comments, shares, and likeslearn more
New quintly color palette within our tool
We have refreshed and consolidated our color palette within our tool.
quintly now supports IGTV!
We are thrilled to announce that quintly has added IGTV to its data source collection. It was especially sought after by a lot of our clients and we are very happy to deliver it just one day after the official release (as of 16th of March 2021). This update brings both public and private data from IGTV.learn more
Total interactions for Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
Metrics dedicated to the total interactions:learn more
Improve overall data loading times by up to 30-40%
Not only our platform is getting improvements, but also our IT infrastructures. We are happy to report that thanks to our latest changes, we were able to significantly improve the data loading speed by up to 30-40%.
Enable post tagging for LinkedIn Stories
LinkedIn Stories can now also be tagged using our post tagging feature.
IGTV - set of new default metrics
To accompany a new released data source, we have created a set of completely new metrics dedicated to IGTV.learn more
TikTok hashtag detection
See a list of all hashtags that accounts used in posts.learn more
Co-labelling now available
We are thrilled to announce that you can now co-label your reports/dashboards with a custom logo. This is another feature that was on top of the wishlist of our clients.learn more
Implement Api endpoint for gathering the schemas of all data sources
With this implementation we are now exposing the data source schema via our quintly API. This enables customer to programmatically get available data sources and details about their columns.
LInkedin Post Reach, Impression and Hashtag detection metrics
Brand new metrics for Linkedin:learn more
Based on a recent change by Instagram we can now also show the sum of video views of videos inside a carousel post.learn more
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