Summary Tables for stats
Did wordpress.com remove the summary tables link? Is there no way to access historical site statistics anymore?
The blog I need help with is parezcoydigo.wordpress.com.
The link is gone from the bar graph to summary tables, but manually can be reached at:
I have noticed the same thing, I used that a lot.
I just asked the same question. I hope they didn’t do away with it or plan to. I liked that page. Had a lot of information all in one place…
Please click the link that was provided by minitermquito to locate to summary tables https://wordpress.com/#!/my-stats/?view=table
but where is the link to it on the stats page, how do you get to it without having to bookmark that link
Thanks for the manual link. I sure wish they would let us know what is going on here, as I posted elsewhere, this is key feature for me.
Staff make adjustments to code continually every day sometimes many time each day as WordPress.com is on continuous rollout. I also have a summaries ——-> link on my stats page
Staff making adjustments, I think we all know that.
I have that too, but it is the other one that is more important, and it would be good if it could be put back on a link.
One of the best things about WordPress is their stats, I don’t like to see them playing around and ruining them.
Exactly. Leanne has a point. If they decided it was ok to remove the link, maybe they’re eventually going to decide its ok not to have that page at all. A manual link wont do any good at that point.
But thanks minitermquito for the manual link.
This is a very important feature for me as well. I use it all day to track my clicks. Is it possible for WordPress to send us out a notice PRIOR to all the changes so that we can determine how best to go forward with our sites?
Is it possible for WordPress to send us out a notice PRIOR to all the changes so that we can determine how best to go forward with our sites?
Yes, it’s possible but I have been here for over 6 years and have never seen that happen.
P.S. I forgot to state that the first time I posted here I tagged the thread for a Staff response.
That would be terrific. I have to state that all the changes that are being made are exceptionally frustrating. I’d like to get into my dashboard to continue working on a post and start a new one. Unfortunately, I can’t even find the dashboard on my page. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.
I have to state that all the changes that are being made are exceptionally frustrating.
The reality of being a WordPress.com blogger is that this platform is on continuous roll-out and code changes are made daily. Some days as many as 2 dozen code changes are made. There is no notice ever given of changes to existing features and functions or implementations of new features and functions. Our feedback occurs only after the fact here in the support forums where only a minority ever post. Hence the said feedback can be readily discounted as Staff can say but millions of other bloggers aren’t complaining.
I’d like to get into my dashboard to continue working on a post and start a new one. Unfortunately, I can’t even find the dashboard on my page.
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Found it! Thanks timethief.
Not having a link also means that those using the WordPress mobile apps can’t access the historical stats table anymore. No way to manually input the url in the app.
Because I use the table view a lot it comes up when I start to type a wordpress address into my browser but the removal of the link is really frustrating. It’d be great to get it back but in the meanwhile I guess a bookmark is probably a good plan.
Bookmark it for sure as I have done. Hopefully after the stats work is done Staff will replace the link.
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