srv181
Is there any way to see how many visitors/visits (or even who?) have looked at a public cloud brain?

Thanks, Susanne
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Xavier
+1
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srv181
sorry, but will there be an answer to my question?
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metta
No way to do this as far as I know.

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parsec
Go to  https://webbrain.com/explore  It lists recently updated public brains with a view count. We are still waiting (7+ years?) for the search function to work.
If you login it will list your web brains along with a view count. There is also drop down list down to the right of the
brain title with a 'stats' selection. This gives a graph of brain activity (opens and thought activations) for the last 30 days.
on the brain since 1.3
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srv181
Thanks  http://forums.thebrain.com/profile/1511119 (parsec)  (sorry, can't get your name otherwise - don'*t know how that works)

Anyway, that is a good solution, the only problem is that when I do that, I only see the brains that I created with version 9 (!?!). None of my current brains are listed. Is this possibly a bug, or am I doing something wrong?
Thanks again,
Susanne
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shatcher
Hi,

The link that parsec gave is for TheBrain 8. Versions 9 & 10 sync to a different server. So their answer is helpful in the sense that there are the tools there, but they do not apply to the current generation of Brains.

Just to be clear, we used to have statistics for Brains on V8. This was making some Brains run slow, and was showing itself to be more inaccurate as time went on, so we disabled it. We also moved to a new server when we were first building TheBrain 9 since we were completely rewriting it and did not want to interfere with how TheBrain 8 worked on the server.

To address the current request: We have documented this as a feature request. To be able to track visitors to a Brain, and other stats. I don't have any projected dates for this, but I can say that our engineering team knows that it has been requested, and they get notified when we update the request.

Cheers, Sean
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srv181
OK, thanks for the answer and the information!
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