Woopra updates from 1.1.0.4 to 1.1.1.0

For those uninitiated, Woopra is a real-time analytics application to monitor your website’s traffic. This morning it received an upgrade.   What’s new: – New Segmentation tab. This combines...

Woopra updated

For those uninitiated, Woopra is a real-time analytics application to monitor your website’s traffic. This morning it received an upgrade.

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Woopra 1.1.1.0 beta 

What’s new:

New Segmentation tab. This combines the browser and platform statistics and lets you see the most popular. (Visitors to techAU.tv most commonly use Firefox 2 on Windows XP).

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Export to .csv file. You can now export your statistics from the Analytics page to a .csv file, this data can be opened and manipulated in Excel.

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Filter results. Naturally the longer you run Woopra, the more information you’ll have recorded, so you may wish to filter results down to a specific term. At the bottom of most pages on the analytics screen, you’ll find a ‘Filter results’ bar at the bottom. Inserting your filter term here will instantly filter the content above. A nice addition.

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That’s mostly it from what I can tell, if you run Woopra and have noticed any changes I’ve missed, please leave a comment and let me know. Overall some good minor changes, I wouldn’t expect anything mind blowing from a point release, may have to wait till Woopra 2.0 for that.

If your already part of the beta, you can download the new version from http://www.woopra.com/download/

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