Introducing our new Crawlera Usage Stats dashboard. New and improved interface that provides better visibility and customization for your Crawlera stats monitoring.
This is the default view. It shows you a distribution of clean, banned and failed requests. Clean requests count towards your quota, banned and failed requests don't. For information on failed requests you can see a list of possible Crawlera HTTP error codes here.
The concurrency graph shows you how many concurrent requests you are making so you can keep it in line with your current plan's limit.
The response time graph shows you the average response time in seconds of your requests for the selected accounts
Splitting by account
Splitting by account will show 5 results: the top 4 accounts with the most usage + others combined. If you have less than 5 Crawlera accounts, you will only see those. You can also select specific accounts
Splitting by Website
Splitting by Website will show you the top 5 websites you crawl.
Adjusting Date Range
You can now select a data range to plot your graph up to 1 year. Please note that the more data you load the longer it will take for the graph to load. You can also change the intervals in which the graph is displayed: per hour, per day, or per month. Note that if you are loading 1 day of data then it doesn't make sense to set the interval to "per month".
Your recent requests history has also received a small redesign. You can now filter per user from a dropdown menu which also shows you the country (or countries) that your user is assigned to.
You can filter by Status: Clean/Banned/Failed or All.
You can also download a list of the last 5000 requests done in the last 2 weeks as a CSV file.