Notion Analytics for Creators: How to Track the Traffic on Your Templates

Notion Analytics for Creators: How to Track the Traffic on Your Templates

Hey fellow Notion creators!

If you're anything like me, you've poured countless hours into designing the perfect Notion templates.

Whether it’s for productivity, project management, or personal organization, each template represents a piece of your creative effort.

Trust me, I know the feeling. I also created over 40 templates so far.

But once those templates are out in the wild, how do you know if they’re hitting the mark?

That's where Notionlytics comes in.

This nifty tool helps us track and analyze how our Notion templates are performing, giving us valuable insights into what works and what needs a tweak.

Let’s dive in and explore how Notionlytics can be a game-changer for all of us.

Data is King

We’ve all heard the phrase “data is king,” and for good reason. Without data, we’re just guessing.

We might have a hunch that a particular template is popular, but with concrete data, we can know for sure.

Analytics help us understand our audience, their preferences, and how they interact with our templates. This means we can make informed decisions, refine our products, and ultimately boost our sales.

Think of analytics as the map that guides us through the landscape of user behavior.

Use Cases

Now, let’s get specific about how analytics can help us as Notion creators. Here are some examples that was very useful for me personally:

  • See Most Visited Templates: By identifying which templates attract the most visitors, we can focus our efforts on similar themes or styles to maximize engagement.
  • See Most Liked Templates: Knowing which templates receive the most positive feedback allows us to understand what our audience loves and produce more of it. You can see how much traffic a template receives and how much positive feedback you gather from it. You can use the ration between visit & reaction to draw conclusions
  • Compare Visitors to Sales Numbers: By correlating traffic data with sales data, we can determine conversion rates and optimize our sales strategies. This helps us see if our marketing efforts are paying off or if we need to switch things up.

How Notionlytics Can Help

Notionlytics is a tool that connects to your Notion Workspace and adds a widget to all the pages that you select. After that, it will gather analytics data that can help you identify trends & opportunities. Notionlytics offers a treasure trove of features that can provide us with deep insights into our Notion templates' performance. Here’s a rundown of all its great data sets:

Overview: See Tracked Pages, Page Views, and Viewers

Notionlytics gives a clear and concise overview of your tracked pages, total page views, and unique viewers. This snapshot is perfect for understanding the reach of your templates at a glance. If you scroll down a bit, you can also see the last visited pages.

Below you can see a screenshot from my own account, that is set up to track my templates at . As you can see:

  • I track 79 pages
  • I had over 3800 page views
  • I had over 2200 viewers

This is an account that I've set up 10 days ago.

Real-Time Data

Real-time data is a game-changer.

Imagine launching a new template and instantly seeing how users are interacting with it.

You can monitor the impact of your marketing campaigns and adjust on the fly.

As you can see below, you can use a slider below the chart to select the time period you want to see your data. You can see either only the list couple of minutes, or also go back up to 2 days.

Pageview Data

Detailed pageview data shows how often each template is viewed. This can indicate which templates are generating the most interest and help you identify your top performers.

You see the data for all your pages, or select one to see each template stats separately.

Also, you can change between hourly, daily, weekly or monthly.

Sessions Data

Sessions data tracks how long users stay on your pages and what actions they take. A session basically is an interaction from start to end by a user, that can include multiple page views. This insight is crucial for understanding user engagement and behavior.

Users Data

Users Data shows you exactly how many users you have each hour/day/week or month. This view shows both new users and recurring visitors

New Users Data

New users data shows only visitors/users that are new on your template. It's basically the same view as the one before, minus returning visitors. Here too you can change the date range & select a particular page to see how your templates perform individually.

Location Data

Location data shows where your users are coming from. This can help you tailor your content and marketing strategies to different regions.As you can see here, for me the most users are coming from the US and Canada, which is always good news.

Week Time Data

Week time data lets you know when your visitors, new customers, are most active during the week. You can use this to optimize your posting and promotional schedule.

Avg Time on Page Data

Average time on page data can indicate how engaging your content is. The longer the duration, the more interested users are likely to be. If a user stays more, it means that the template is really good.

Performance Data

Monitor the performance of your templates over time to identify trends and make informed decisions.

Reaction Data

Reaction data captures user feedback directly on the templates, providing qualitative insights alongside quantitative data.

How to Set Up Notionlytics

Okay, and now that you see what Notionlytics can offer, let me show you how you can start using it in a couple of simple steps.

1.Create an Account for FREE

First things first, head over to and create an account. This will give you access to all the amazing analytics tools and features. You will be able to test it out on a limited number of pages for FREE.


After registration you'll be asked to connect your Notion account and Workspace to your Notionlytics account.

Select the workspace with your templates in it.

2. Choose a Plan

If you are reading this article, that means you are a Notion Creator, you have serious plans, and probably you are already making an income with your templates. That means that you can afford upgrading your plan. This is necessary, as the free plan is limited, and won't be enough for managing all the templates and pages you want.

Notionlytics offers various plans, depending on how many pages you want to track and the level of detail you need. Pick the one that suits your needs.

3. Go to Pages & Select the Ones you want to Track

Once you're all set up, navigate to the Pages section in your Notionlytics dashboard.

Identify the Notion pages you want to track and enable tracking for them. It’s as simple as that. Notionlytics will start collecting data immediately, and you’ll begin to see insights roll in.


If you have a lot of pages in your workspace (like I do) and it is hard to find the page you want, you can use the search bar. The best way is to set it to Page Link, and paste your Notion page link in there.

That's it.

After setting everything up, selecting and activating all the pages you want to track, you can instantly see data flowing in.

As I mentioned at the beginning of this article, DATA IS KING, so I hope that all these insights that Notionlytics will provide you, will help to grow your creator business to a whole other level.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I track multiple Notion pages with Notionlytics?

Absolutely! Depending on the plan you choose, you can track multiple pages. This is great for those of us with a diverse portfolio of templates.

How often is the data updated?

Notionlytics provides real-time data, so your analytics are always up to date.

Is Notionlytics easy to set up?

Yes, it’s very user-friendly. You can get everything up and running in just a few steps.

What kind of insights can I get from Notionlytics?

You can get insights into page views, user behavior, session duration, geographic location of users, and much more.

Does Notionlytics offer customer support?

Yes, Notionlytics offers customer support to help you with any issues or questions you might have.


In conclusion, Notionlytics is an indispensable tool for Notion creators who want to take their game to the next level.

By providing detailed insights into user behavior and template performance, Notionlytics empowers us to make data-driven decisions that can enhance engagement and boost sales.

Whether you're tracking page views, analyzing user sessions, or measuring the impact of your marketing efforts, Notionlytics offers the comprehensive analytics needed to succeed in the competitive world of Notion templates.

Start leveraging the power of data today and watch your Notion creations thrive.

Happy creating & analyzing!

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