Plausible Analytics allows you to easily segment your audience to analyze and understand the different trends. A segment is made up of one or more filters.
How to use filters
Any metric you click on in your dashboard creates a new filter. Click on any referral source, any of your pages or on any country, device or goal and your dashboard will then show only the traffic for the metric you have selected.
You can mix and match filters too. So you can click on a referral source, then click on a country and then a goal to see all the traffic sent by the chosen referral source that is based in the selected country and that has converted on the selected goal.
Your current filters will be displayed on the top of your dashboard. You can click on the name of the existing filter to edit it or on the
x icon to remove it.
You can remove all your filters by hitting the
Esc key on your keyboard or by selecting
Clear all filters in the filters menu that shows up when you're using multiple filters.
Using the "Filter" button for extra functionality
We also allow you to add filters without clicking on any specific metric in the dashboard. Click on the "Filter" button on the top right of your dashboard to start adding filters. Using the "Filter" menu makes filtering even more powerful:
Filter by multiple sources, countries, pages and more
You can filter your stats by multiple sources, countries, pages and more, all at once. This is useful if you want to group specific geographical regions, separate organic search traffic from other sources or segment your audience to your needs.
Search for any metric
You can search for any metric such as a particular country, referral source or page on your site. Start typing to discover the specific page (or another metric) you're looking for. No need to scroll through the long list of countries or pages.
Exclude specific segments of traffic
You can exclude specific segments of traffic and only display the traffic that isn't part of the excluded segment. You can, for instance, exclude traffic from the United States so your dashboard only shows the visitors that aren't based in the USA.
Click on the "Filter" button, then select "Country" as your metric, choose "Is Not" and then select (or type) the name of the country you want to exclude. You can do the same for referral sources or any of the other metrics.
Group your pages
Want to group all your blog posts and analyze the traffic to the blog separately from the rest of your site? Or exclude traffic that has visited a specific section of your site such as your logged in pages or your order confirmation page?
You can group pages by using the "Filter" button. The "Page" menu within the filter button includes option "contains". Put any specific keyword to group all of your pages that contain that keyword.
You can also group dynamically created URLs with an asterisk
*. For instance, you can track Woocommerce checkout pages for your ecommerce store like this:
Would you like your grouped pages to be permanently displayed in your dashboard? You can do so by using pageview goals.