AppStats is the easiest way to get a birds eye view of what’s happening on your site. With AppStats, it is easy and simple to see all sorts of sales information. Never wonder where your income came from! AppStats knows it all.
- Quick view of last 7, 30, 90, 180 and 365 days
- Calculated statistics to quickly grasp how your site is doing
- Filter through orders by status, currency, and gateway
Note: We’re always looking for new ways to let you visualize your data. If you would like to see more statistics added to the plugin, leave a comment with your idea and we’ll put it in.
What themes does this work with?
AppStats will work with any theme that supports AppThemes Payments. This includes ClassiPress, Clipper, JobRoller, and Vantage.
How does AppStats store statistics?
AppStats doesn’t store any statistics at this time. All of the data AppStats uses is simply retrieved from the data already existing in orders. Because of this, you can activate AppStats and immediately start benefiting from it. In the future AppStats will track data that isn’t usually available.
Where are the page view counts?
AppStats is not a replacement for products like Google Analytics. AppStats focuses on providing analysis of data that Google can’t access, like your order data. In the future AppStats will also provide analytic data of Users, Posts, Comments and more.
Why does it require PHP 5.3?
Dates and times are complicated and annoying things. Some months have 30 days, some have 29. Some years have 365 days, some 366. Its a lot to deal with. PHP 5.3 introduced a DateTime library that makes it simple to deal with dates and times. This library lets us focus less on a intricacies of the calendar, and more on providing you with an awesome product.
To install, simply upload the plugin via the WordPress Administrator Panel. Or extract the plugin’s files and manually upload via FTP.
Once activated, you can access the statistics through the Payments menu.
Note: This plugin will automatically error and deactivate itself if the current theme is not supported. Simply reactivate the plugin through the Manage Plugins page once a support theme has been selected.
1.2.1 – 2018.10.11
- Added Spanish translation
1.2.0 – 2017.07.14
- Added missing translation strings
- Added languages folder with .pot file
- Switched from load_textdomain() to load_plugin_textdomain()
- Upgraded d3.js lib from v2 to v4.9.1
- Cleaned up dashboard so it’s easier to read
- General code clean up
1.1.0 – 2015.08.11
- Fatal PHP error caused by using undeclared class properties.
1.0.0 – 2012.11.12
* initial release