Sharepoint site usage summary not updating
There are actually two different Popularity Trends reports: one for the site as a whole, and one for any file that lives in a document library. To access the site’s Popularity Trends report, you need to be a Site Owner.
The day column will update each day moving forward, so if you want ongoing daily metrics, make sure to save copies of these metrics each two weeks, perhaps into a master daily metrics spreadsheet.In fact, I feel the Share Point 2007 Site Usage Reports were significantly more useful and insightful; what was initially displayed in the web-based report could be exported to Excel for more thorough analysis.The loss of that report was a major detriment when upgrading from Share Point 2007.I don’t know why they chose to do this, because I’d rather know how many unique users visited The second report that Share Point 2013, 2016, and Online provide is the Most Popular Items report.This report provides hit counts to files within a library.Generally speaking, the number of hits is larger (by a lot) than the number of users because if users find your site or file useful, they should be visiting it more than once.
So each unique user will have more than one hit per file or site.
The number of hits represents the number of times any user has clicked on any piece of information in the site.
For a file in a library, it’s the number of times a user has accessed that file.
Unlike the daily report, the month column will retain information from when the Share Point system was launched, so you never have to keep a separate spreadsheet updating each month.
As with the daily report, the number of hits represents the number of times any user has clicked on any piece of information in the site.
Unlike the daily report, the number of unique users represents the sum of the number of different people who have accessed the site or file on a given day within the month.