We've pre-built connectors to over a dozen of the most popular online services that businesses use today - including Google Analytics, Salesforce, Twitter, Facebook, and many more. So all you need to do is connect the data sources you use and Metricly will automatically synchronize your latest data in your dashboards - no manual exports or programming required.
Create your own graphs and dashboards (or use our templates) to track your data from any of the sources you've connected. For each data source you've connected you have easy access to pre-configure metrics - like "Earnings" from Google AdSense, or "Click Through Rate" from Mailchimp - and you can add any mix of metrics to any graph. In addition, you can use subtotals or filters to dig deeper into your data.
Once setup, Metricly is your one-stop site to see how your business is trending - and we'll show you key insights on your data to the right of each graph. Each week we will also send you summary report, showing how your business metrics have tracked for the last week.
You will have the next 14 days to try all of Metricly's features with no strings attached and no credit card required. After 14 days, you will need to enter your payment information to continue with your Premium or Enterprise plan - otherwise you will be automatically downgraded to our free Basic plan.Can I upgrade or downgrade at any time?
Yes, there are no long-term contracts and you can change your plan at any time from your company's "Settings" page. Downgrades will take effect at the close of the current billing cycle, and if you upgrade during a billing cycle, your bill will be pro-rated automatically.Will I lose any data if I downgrade?
You will no longer have access to the data from Premium or Enterprise data sources, but you can restore this access at a later time by upgrading your account.
You are billed in advance each month for each individual user that has access to your company dashboard - company administrators can control who has access to your dashboard from the "Settings" page. There is no limit or additional fee for sending "Live Reports" to as many users as you'd like.Can I resell or white-label Metricly for my clients or company?
Our Enterprise plan includes some custom branding features for "Live Reports", but contact us directly if you'd like to discuss a reseller or white-label solution.What types of payment do you accept?
We accept Visa, Mastercard, and American Express. Enterprise customers can contact us directly to pay via purchase order.
Devin founded Metricly because it is a product he has always needed himself. Most recently he was the COO at 8020 Media, where he was responsible for sales, business development, finances and general operations for the growing online and print media company. His past startup experience includes product management and business development at BitTorrent, marketing at Grand Central Communications, and product management at Zero G Software (acquired by Macrovision). Devin has an M.B.A. from UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business, and a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University.
Jason has over 16 years of experience building great websites. He was the CTO at 8020 Media where he single-handedly built the backend for the popular online photography community JPG. He founded and built Metroblogging, the world's largest network of city focused blogs, as well as blogrolling.com, a popular blog tool. He was also a key developer at the blog search engine Technorati and was on the team that launched the revolutionary blog tags product.
Paul is an experienced entrepreneur, creative professional and community consultant. Paul was the CEO and Chief Creative Officer at 8020 Media, where he was responsible for corporate and product strategy. He was the architect at Current TV, where he helped design, build and launch their online application and website. His consulting work has included interface design and community strategy work at BitTorrent, Auxo, and Hartle Media. He was also the Managing Director at Deepend San Francisco.
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Getting started with Metricly - Part 1.
Getting started with Metricly - Part 2.
How to use subtotals and filters in your Metricly graphs.
Setting up the Database Connector to track your internal metrics in Metricly.
» Check out the Subtotals And Filters video tutorial as well.
Subtotals allow you to take a single metric you are graphing, and break that out by a subtotal dimension. For example, you can take the "Pageviews" metric from Google Analytics and break it down by "Country". Doing so will show you how many pageviews your site received from different countries - breaking down each country as a separate graph line, and provding an insight on each of those lines. The available subtotal dimensions will vary depending on the data source and metric, and you can simply from the drop down.
By default, Metricly will show you the "Top 5" for that subtotal (as determined by their total for the given period), but you can also choose "Bottom 5", or even select which specific subtotal values you want to see by selecting "Custom List". In addition, you can choose to have Metricly show these subtotals as a percentage of the whole value, just by selecting "Percentages" as opposed to "Values" for your Subtotal Type.
Filters work in a simlar way to Subtotals, but rather than breaking out a metric into multiple values, you are narrowing it down by the given parameters. To create a filter, select the filter dimension from the dropdown, and then once the possible values are loaded, select the filter value from the resulting dropdown.
» Check out the Intro to Metricly video tutorials as well.
You can setup connections to your different data sources from the "Connections" tab at the top of the page when you're logged in. Once setup, each connection will provide a set of metrics (with subtotals and filters) for you to add to your graphs. Once connected, some data sources have their own configuration options available from the "Configure" link next to the data source.
In most cases, we connect to each data source using an industry standard mechanism called oAuth. In those cases, you are prompted by the given service to login and grant us access to access your account information, and we never store your actual account password. If the given service doesn't support oAuth (or a similar mechanism), we store your login information in a military-grade encrypted data store.
Do you have multiple Twitter accounts or Facebook pages? Don't worry. You can setup multiple connections to a single data source just by clicking "Add Connection". In those cases, we will automatically aggregate the data from each account in your graphs. But if you'd like to see each account separately, you simply choose the "Source Connection" subtotal or filter.
Our pre-built connectors are listed below, but we can also help you connect to just about data source with our Plugin API.
Custom Data Import
Dart for Publishers
Nook eBook Sales
We have two easy ways to connect your internal data with Metricly. If the data you'd like to track is in your own database, we highly recommend that you use our Database Connector (see more below). If the data is in a spreadsheet or similar, then you can use our Custom Data API to push the data into Metricly.
The Database Connector is an easy way to create metrics (with subtotals and filters) from the existing data in your database. The setup requires you to install a small application (our Database Connector) on your backend, and then everything is configured through Metricly. We currently support MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Microsoft SQL Server Database and the Database Connector runs on most standard Apache web servers (with PHP 5.2 or higher). To get started, first make sure you've viewed our Database Connector video tutorial, and then follow the instructions at:
Our Custom Data API allows you to push "comma-separated-value" (CSV) files up to Metricly to create metrics to track in Metricly. You can push those files up manually using the "Configure" link on the Custom Data API connector, or programatically using a script. You can learn more about the Custom Data Import API here:
If you have any questions or need help setting up your internal data, don't hesitate to contact us.
Every Monday we'll send you a color-coded email report that summarizes how your key metrics have performed for the last week. Next to the totals for each metric, our email reports also show you how things compare to the week before including growth rate comparisons so you know if things are accelerating or deccelerating.
Control what you want to share and who you want to share it with. Metricly Live Reports makes it easy to share your dashboard metrics with outside stakeholders, while giving you control over what each viewer can see and do with your data.
To create a Live Report, select which dashboards you want to share, as well as the date range, date rollup and comment access you want to provide the viewer. Once the report is created, you can then create separate links to the report with or without a password.
Have a question or comment? We'd love to hear from you. You can email us at email@example.com.
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Metricly is a pluggable platform that can connect data from just about any source. Enterprise customers have access to our Plugin API - the same API we use to write our own plugins. Documentation can be found at our Developer Portal.
We also offer affordable consulting services if you'd like our help integrating a particular data source or setting up your new dashboard.
We offer affordable consulting services if you'd like help setting up your dashboard, integrating a particular data source, or connecting your own internal data - contact us for more details.
Contact us for more details on how our embedded toolkit can power your dashboard.
All Enterprise accounts can customize the logo branding on their Live Reports, but we offer additional whitelabel services for larger teams and agencies. Our whitelabel offering gives you full control over the site branding, email reports, user provisioning, and a custom URL.
Easily setup and manage your client dashboards with our managed accounts. Whether you setup a whitelabeled domain or not, our managed accounts give you full control to manage and share dashboards with your clients and customers.
Have more questions about whitelabeling and managed accounts? Contact us for more details.