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All. The. Analytics. … At Once.
If you have multiple sites registered in your Tallyopia.com account, you’ll be able to monitor all of them directly from the “Tallyopia NOC” (Tallyopia Network Operations Center) menu.
First, make sure you have multiple websites registered in your Tallyopia.com profile in the “Websites” section and the Tallyopia plugin is running on those sites. If you are running Multisite, see the But If You Have Multisite section below for an easy way of doing this.
There are two ways to view the NOC:
- Login to your Tallyopia.com account and click “Tallyopia NOC” from the menus on the left.
- View the NOC reports on the blog of your choosing by copying the Customer ID from your Tallyopia.com profile page into the Customer ID field on Tallyopia Dash Setup page. Only do this on the blogs where you’d like to enable the NOC.
If you have any questions, email us or post your comments on this page and we’ll clarify.
Multisite NOT Needed
You don’t need to be running WordPress Multisite to view the Tallyopia NOC. You just need to have more than one site registered on your Tallyopia.com profile.
But If You Have Multisite…
Only the Super Admin will be able to enter a Customer ID and see the Tallyopia NOC. Your Local Admins will see the standard Tallyopia Dash menu with analytics for their site only.
For the Super Admin, you will see a list of websites in your Multisite installation under Tallyopia Dash -> Setup. You can copy and paste this list into the “websites” section of your Tallyopia.com Profile. This makes the Setup step above a little easier, especially if you have many sites.
View All, Some, or Just One of Your Sites
You can view just one site or all of them at once. Or anything between. You have the ability to filter the list of sites that you’re viewing.
Questions or Requests?
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