Best practices for published docs and analytics-related terms to know.
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Copies per view
The ratio of how many copies your doc gets per view.
When your published doc is viewable to the world, indexed by search engines, and searchable in the Coda Doc Gallery.
When toggled on in your publish settings, you’ll receive $10 in Coda credit per person that signs up for Coda via your doc.
How many people have praised your doc with a 👍.
View - People can only read your document. Buttons and controls don’t work.
Play - People can press buttons and add data to tables, but none of it will save.
Edit - People can press buttons and make changes to their rows in tables. Changes are save and appear to everyone.
Unique views of your doc
Desktop - The viewer was on a desktop computer.
Mobile - The viewer was on a mobile device.
Other - The viewer was on some other device...like a smart fridge.
Any time your doc is opened, including repeat views from the same person.
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Want to print your doc? This is not the way.
Try clicking the ⋯ next to your doc name or using a keyboard shortcut (