Here are additional widgets that you might want to use. Remember that you can always go to The Big List to see a full list of widgets.
This shows a chart of the views received over the last 24 hours, categorized by events. The chart will automatically switch between bar graphs and lines depending on how much data is being shown.
The shaded area is the total number of views (over all events) for that timebin. The total number of views is plotted to a different vertical scale than the other data so they can both be visualized together.
Moving your mouse over the chart will give you tooltips with more details about each point.
[tallyopia widget='last24_hits' width='250' height='175']
This will show a geographic map of where your page views came from.
[tallyopia widget='last24_map' width='375' height='250']
This widget shows you the titles of the pages being currently viewed along with the number of people viewing them. The page names are clickable. For example:
[tallyopia widget='live_now' width='250' height='175']
This widget creates a map with a blue dot indicating the location of each live viewer. When creating this widget, it’s useful to play with the width and height settings since the map prefers to render itself close to a preferred aspect ratio.
[tallyopia widget='live_map' width='270' height='150']