The Statistics Tab
The “Statistics” tab is an incredibly useful tool that allows users to track the progress of their social media accounts. It is divided into two sub-tabs, “Posting” and “Tools”, which provide detailed information about the activity of each account within SM Tasker.
The “Posting” sub-tab includes a graph that shows the number of posts published by each account, as well as a table with key statistics such as the total number of posts, the maximum and minimum number of posts published in a single day, and the average number of posts published per day.
The “Tools” sub-tab, on the other hand, provides information about the activity of each tool and how it has been used to perform actions on the accounts. By analyzing this data, users can make informed decisions about their social media strategy and optimize their use of SM Tasker to achieve their goals.
The Posting Sub-tab
The “Posting” sub-tab allows users to track the activity of their social media accounts in terms of the number of posts published. This sub-tab can be accessed from the “Dashboard” section by clicking on the “Statistics” tab and then selecting the “Posting” sub-tab.
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The first thing you will notice in the “Statistics” tab is the graph. It shows you how many posts the selected social profile published each day.
- You can choose the ‘start date‘ and ‘end date‘ for the statistics you wish to view. After changing the dates, click on ‘Refresh’ to show your selection.
- This will tell you what kind of graph is currently displayed. If you click ‘Show Graph’ (number 12) from a different account, the label will change to the name of that Social Profile account.
- Click on ‘Show Global Graph’ to get back the default graph view.
- ‘Export Chart Data‘ will export the chart information to an excel file that contains data from the time you started using SM Tasker until the current day.
- This will let you select what type of graph would you like to be displayed.
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✅ For ‘Show Daily Change‘, you will be able to see the difference in the number of posts published for a specific account or social platform compared to the day before.
For example, if you published 10 posts on January 1st and 5 Posts on January 2nd when you check ‘Show daily change‘, you will see -5 posts for January 2nd which means that you published 5 posts less on that day compared to the day before.
- ‘Export Chart Data For Selected Period‘ will only export the data from the duration selected between ‘Start Date‘ and ‘End Date‘ (in number 1).
- If you want to check how many posts you published through SM Tasker on each Social Platform, simply check the ‘Toggle between Social Profiles and Platforms View‘ box. After doing this, you will notice that the table below is showing you the names of the Social Platforms we support instead of the names of the accounts. You will also see the statistics of what SM Tasker did for you on each platform.
The Social Profiles View
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The Social Platforms View
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- ‘Reset Statistics‘ will delete statistics for all accounts in both “Posting” and “Tools” View.
- You can also choose to filter the Social Profiles and Platforms by typing in the ‘Filter‘ box or by using the ‘Filter by Tag‘ option.
- The table in the “Posting” section will show you how many posts each account published in total, what’s the maximum and the minimum number of published posts in one day, and the average number of posts that account was publishing per day since it was added to SM Tasker.
- We also added the number of followings and followers columns here since we consider it as pretty important info.
- To see the graph for a different account, just click on the ‘Show Graph‘ button next to that account in the table below.
- ‘Manage Columns‘ will allow you to adjust the column widths for the table above and which columns to be displayed.
The Tools Sub-tab
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The “Tools” sub-tab is an important tool as it provides users with detailed information about their account activity on the platform. The “Tools” Sub-tab also includes options similar to those found in the “Posting” sub-tab, such as the ability to select a specific time range, export data to a CSV file, filter by specific words or phrases, and show status info for specific accounts or tags. And therefore, we will not be reexplaining these options in this section.
However, rather than focusing on post activity like the “Posting” sub-tab, the “Tools” sub-tab specifically showcases the actions and statistics of the various tools available on SM Tasker. These tools can be used to perform a range of functions on the platform, such as following and unfollowing users, sending messages, and more. As such, the “Tools” sub-tab is an essential resource for users looking to gain insights into their tool usage and optimize their account activity.
To access the “Tools” sub-tab, click on the “Statistics” tab in the “Dashboard” section of SM Tasker, then click on the “Tools” sub-tab.
- 💡Click on the table values next to an account name to show the graph for that tool.
- 💡Double-click the table values to go to that specific tool
On the “Tools” sub-tab, you will see a graph and a table with names and data for all of your social accounts. To view the graph for a specific tool and account, simply click on the corresponding value in the table. Each tool in the table has two numbers – XX/YYY:
- The first number (XX) represents the number of actions performed today.
- The second number (YYY) represents the number of actions since the account was added to SM Tasker.
If the Pinterest follow tool for example is showing 45/1547, it means that it followed 45 accounts today and a total of 1547 accounts since that Pinterest account was added to SM Tasker.
The “Tools” sub-tab also includes the Followers and Followings columns. It’s important to note that the Followers column for a LinkedIn account actually represents the number of friends you have.
Depending on the social networks you use, you will see various stats such as Follow tool stats, Unfollow tool stats, Repin tool stats, and Send messages stats. You can scroll to the right to view the stats for additional tools.
To view the total number of actions for each social platform, check the ‘Toggle between Social Profiles and Platforms View‘ box.
To export the “Tools” table data, just click on ‘Export Table As CSV‘ button. You also have a few more export options:
- ‘Export account tool info daily‘ – this will automatically generate the tool information per account (including unique name, tag name, account status, and the total number of posts) every day.
- ‘Export follow-back ratios for all accounts‘ – this option will automatically generate the sources used and their follow-back ratios for all accounts every day.
💡 Note that you can also specify to which folder will you export the files to and the file path will be displayed below.
Tips And Troubleshooting For The Statistics Tab
- Make sure to choose the correct ‘start date’ and ‘end date’ for the data you want to view, and remember to ‘refresh‘ the view after making any changes.
- If you want to see a global view of all your accounts, click ‘Show Global Graph‘.
- Use the ‘Export Chart Data‘ and ‘Export Table Data’ options to save and analyze your data in a spreadsheet.
- Use the ‘Filter‘ and ‘Filter by Tag‘ options to narrow down and focus on specific accounts or data.
- If you want to see data for specific tools or actions, click on the relevant values in the table.
- Remember to click ‘Show Graph’ next to an account in the table to see the data in the graph.
- Use the ‘Manage Columns’ option to customize the table view to show the data that is most relevant to you.
- If you encounter any errors or issues with the Statistics tab, try to refresh the statistics tab or restart the software, if that doesn’t solve your problem, please contact our SM Tasker support team for assistance.
The “Statistics” tab in SM Tasker provides valuable insights into the performance of your social media accounts and tools. By analyzing the data displayed in the “Posting” and “Tools” sub-tabs, you can optimize your strategies and make informed decisions about your social media activity.
Whether you want to track the progress of your posts, or monitor the usage of your tools, the “Statistics” tab has everything you need. By regularly checking the “Statistics” tab, you can stay up-to-date with the performance of your accounts and tools, and make any necessary adjustments to improve your results.