How do I see statistics about an article I’m viewing in Parse.ly?

There are three ways we’d recommend viewing additional statistics about an article you’re viewing:

1. Use the Parse.ly Chrome Extension

For information on how to setup the Google Chrome extension for Parse.ly, visit this help article. The Chrome extension will display statistics on all pages of your site as you navigate.

2. Use the “Open in Parse.ly” Bookmarklet

Create a new bookmark to any web page (even this one) and edit the Name/Title of the bookmark to “Open in Parse.ly” and edit the URL to:


javascript:(function(){if(!window.PARSELY){alert("Parse.ly is not loaded on this page.");return}var e=document.getElementById("parsely-cfg").getAttribute("data-parsely-site");var t="https://dash.parsely.com/"+e+"/find?url="+encodeURIComponent(window.location.href);window.open(t,"_blank")})();

Save the changes and now you can click this bookmarklet on any article page to open Parse.ly to the post detail page for that article.

3. Use Parse.ly Search

Parse.ly Dashboard Search

Use the Parse.ly search feature in the upper right hand corner of the dashboard.  You can search for a post title, post URL, author, tag, or section and our system will list the results. For an in-depth how-to on the search function, read our post on Parse.ly easter eggs.

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