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Measure: YouTube Analytics

Definitions overview of all metrics used in the YouTube dashboard.

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Written by Cheyenne V.
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YouTube Overview

METRICS

DEFINITION

TOTAL SUBSCRIBERS

The number of subscribers on the last day of the period. Timezone: PDT

SUBSCRIBERS GAINED

The number of people who subscribed to your channels during the period. Timezone: PDT

TOTAL VIEWS

The number of times that your video was viewed in the selected reporting period. Timezone: PDT

INTERACTIONS

The total number of times users liked, commented on, shared, clicked on annotations, clicked on cards within your video and subscribed to your channel from the video during the reporting period. Timezone: PDT

PUBLISHED VIDEOS

The number of published videos in the selected time period. Timezone: PDT

TOP YOUTUBE VIDEOS

The top posts sorted by engagement rate by default. Change the sort by clicking edit.

VIEWS TREND

The number of times that your video was viewed in the selected reporting period. Timezone: PDT

SUBSCRIBERS BREAKDOWN

Subscribers gained = the number of times users subscribed to your YouTube channel during the reporting period. Subscribers lost = the number of people who unsubscribed from your channel in the selected time frame. Timezone: PDT

PUBLISHED VIDEO REACTIONS

Breakdown of engagements. Comments = the number of comments on the videos on your channel. Shares = the number of times your videos were shared. Likes = the number of likes received by all the videos on your channel. Post type: organic. Timezone: PDT

AVERAGE PERCENTAGE VIEWED

Average view duration - seconds = The average view duration received by your channel's videos. Average view percentage = The average percentage of video playback for your channel. Estimated minutes watched = The total estimated number of minutes watched received by your channel's videos. Timezone: PDT


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