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Usermaven developers continue in the new year just as they left off with 2022 – with exciting updates to their privacy-friendly, cookieless web and product analytics platform. Say hello to scheduled reports, scroll depth tracking, a new dark mode and more.
Scheduled reports allow you to quickly receive weekly and monthly analytics summaries directly to your email inbox. All you need to do is set up the report, specifying the recipient’s email address. Usermaven will then automatically send the summary at the desired interval.
Scroll Depth Tracking
We have been eagerly awaiting the tracking of scroll depth. It allows you to see the percentage of your website that your visitors have scrolled through. Especially for a blog, it is important to know if posts are read in full length or how far. It provides valuable insight into user engagement and can help optimise your content for better performance.
Usermaven now also allows you to embed the web analytics dashboard in your favourite third-party tools, such as Notion for example. You can then view and interact with your analytics data directly in these tools.
With the new Usermaven Python SDK, you can now send server-side events from Python to Usermaven.
To get started, go to Workspace Settings > Setup and install the Usermaven Python SDK. Then you can start identifying people and companies and sending custom events.
Finally, Usermaven has added a new dark mode to its analytics platform, which makes working in low-light conditions more comfortable for the eyes. Of course, you can easily switch between the dark and light modes.
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