The Publish Online Web Dashboard provides important analytics about your published document, allowing you to see information about the views and viewers of your document. You'll learn the difference between views and readers, the amount of time your document is viewed, and the criteria for how views are counted for desktop, tablet, or mobile devices.
- [Voiceover] Once you start using publish online…to share and distribute your documents,…at some point you're gonna want…to know how many people have been looking at them.…Fortunately, for that we have some…analytics that we can use that…help us understand how successful we've been.…Let's go to the web dashboard.…You can either choose file, web dashboard,…or remember you can access your…web dashboard from any browser…by typing in the URL indd.adobe.com/dashboard.…We talked about this publications panel in another video,…where you can easily access your documents or you can…share them, grab the embed code, or delete documents.…
But we want to take a look at the analytics tab.…The analytics tab gives us all kinds…of information about who has been reading our documents.…We can see here that I've published 17 documents.…In the top row we have different viewer insights…and then at the bottom we have a…breakdown about what kind of devices…people have been viewing our documents with.…What do each of these mean?…Well, views is the number of times…
Learn what Publish Online can and cannot do, and how to adjust the publication settings to make sure documents look the way you want. Find out how to upload documents to the web and then share them via Facebook, Twitter, or email. Then look at the navigation and interface options used when viewing published documents, and learn how to update your published documents online. Author Diane Burns concludes with some advanced techniques, such as embedding published documents in websites and creating customized thumbnails for document navigation.
- Previewing real-world Publish Online documents
- Changing the publishing settings
- Uploading documents to Adobe servers
- Updating published documents
- Sharing documents via social media and email
- Using the Publications dashboard
- Understanding document analytics
- Viewing documents online
- Embedding documents on websites
- Adding projects to Behance