We’ve received many suggestions and feedback from our users recently saying they would like different types of statistics on their dashboards. Today we’ve added a new tab in the dashboard, Behaviour Statistics! You can now not only view stats on how many players you have on your servers, but their interactions with your server.
Today we have two new useful statistics on the new behaviour statistics page to give you a better understand of your players activity on your Minecraft servers.
Bounce rate is the percentage of players who log in once to your server and never return. This is really useful to see how well your server keeps players coming back online again. A low percentage shows the majority of your players return again after their first login and a high percentage shows the majority of your players leave and don’t return after their first login.
Average Last Session
The Average Last Session statistic is a good representation of how long your players stay online in a typical login session. A short amount of time shows that your players login then log out quickly, and don’t normally stick around for long. A high amount of time shows that your server retains players for a long time.
We hope you enjoy using these newly available stats to help better understand your player base and make informed decisions on managing your server! Let us know what other statistics you’d like to see in your Minetrends dashboard by leaving a comment below!