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The Statistics Tab


An incredibly helpful tool that enables users to monitor the development of their social media accounts is the Statistics tab. It has two sub-tabs, Posting, and Tools, which offer comprehensive information about each account’s activity within SuSocial.

  • The Posting sub-tab showcases vital statistics like the total number of posts, the maximum and minimum number of posts published in a single day, and the average number of posts published per day for each account.
  • On the other hand, the Tools sub-tab offers details regarding the usage of each tool and the operations that have been carried out on the accounts.

Both tabs display tabular and graphical information about the account growth in terms of the published posts and tools actions.

The Posting Sub-tab

With this sub-tab, users can monitor the activity of their social media accounts in terms of the number of published posts. You can access it by going to the Dashboard > Statistics tab > Posting sub-tab.

  1. For the statistics you want to view, you can select the start date and end date. To display your choice after changing the dates, click Refresh.
  2. This label will inform you of the type of graph that is currently visible. The label will change to the name of that Social Profile account if you click on Show Graph (option 12) from a different account
  3. To return to the default graph view, select Show Global Graph.
  4. When you select Export Chart Data, data from the moment you first used SuSocial up until the present day will be included in the Excel file that contains the chart’s information.
  5. You can choose the type of graph you want to see by making a selection on this drop-down menu.

    You can use the Daily Change view to compare the number of posts that were published for a particular account or social media platform to the previous day.
    For instance, if you published 10 posts on January 1st and 5 posts on January 2nd and you chose to view the Daily Change chart type, you will see -5 posts for January 2nd, which indicates that you published 5 posts less on that day than the day before.
  6. Clicking on Export Chart Data For Selected Period will export the data from the date range selected between the Start Date and End Date (in number 1).
  7. Put a check on the Toggle between Social Profiles and Platforms View box to see how many posts you published using SuSocial on each social media platform. As a result, rather than seeing the names of the accounts in the table below, you will now see the names of the Social Platforms we support. The statistics of what SuSocial accomplished for you on each platform are also displayed.
    The Social Profiles View

    The Social Platforms View
  8. By selecting Reset Statistics, all accounts’ statistics in the Posting and Tools Views will be erased.
  9. By typing in the Filter box or selecting the Filter by Tag option, you can also choose to filter the Social Profiles and Platforms.
  10. There’s a quick summary view for the numbers showing in the Posting section. It will show you the total number of posts that each account has published, the highest and lowest number of posts that have been published in a single day, and the average daily post count for that account starting from the day it was added to SuSocial.
  11. We also included columns for the number of followers and followers since we think that this information is very important.
  12. Simply click the Show Graph button next to a different account in the table below to view the graph for that account.
  13. You can change the column widths and visible columns for the table above by clicking Manage Columns.

The Tools Sub-tab

The Tools sub-tab is a significant element because it gives users comprehensive information about the platform’s account activity. Similar options to those in the Posting sub-tab are also available in the Tools sub-tab, including the ability to specify a time range, export data to a CSV file, filter by specific words or phrases, and display status information for particular accounts or tags. Therefore, we won’t go over these options again in this section.

This sub-tab specifically highlights the actions and statistics of the various tools made available by SuSocial. On the application, these tools can be used to carry out a variety of tasks like following and unfollowing users, sending messages, and more. As a result, users looking to optimize their account activity and gain insights into their tool usage should turn to the Tools sub-tab.

Click on the Statistics tab in the Dashboard section of SuSocial, then select the Tools sub-tab to access it.

  • 💡To view the graph for a given tool, click on the table values located next to an account name.
  • 💡Double-click the values in the table to access that particular tool.

You will find a graph and a table with the names and information for each of your social media accounts on the Tools sub-tab. Simply click on the corresponding values in the table to view the graph for that particular tool and account. There are two numbers for each tool in the table: XX/YYY:

  • The first number (XX) indicates how many actions were taken today.
  • The second number (YYY) indicates how many actions have taken place since the account was first added to SuSocial.

If the YouTube Unfollow tool for example is showing 27/79, it means that it unfollowed 27 accounts today and a total of 79 accounts since that YouTube account was added to the Social Profiles tab.

The Followers and Followings columns are also part of the Tools sub-tab. Keep in mind though that a LinkedIn account’s Followers column actually displays the number of friends you have.

You will see different stats, such as Follow tool stats, Unfollow tool stats, Repin tool stats, and Send Messages stats, depending on the social networks you use. To view the stats for additional tools, you can scroll to the right. You may also click on Manage Columns to select/deselect which tools should you want to be viewed on the Tools sub-tab table.

Check the Toggle between Social Profiles and Platforms View box to see the total number of actions for each social platform.

Simply click the Export Table as CSV button to export the data from the Tools table. Additionally, you have a few more export choices:

  • Export account tool info daily The tool information for each account, including the unique name, tag name, account status, and the total number of posts, will be generated automatically each day by this.
  • Export follow-back ratios for all accountsThe sources used and their follow-back ratios will be generated automatically by this option each day for all accounts.

💡 The file path will be shown at the bottom part of the tab, and you can also specify the folder to which you’ll export the files.

Tips and Troubleshooting for the Statistics Tab

  • Choose the appropriate start date and end date for the data you wish to view, and don’t forget to refresh the view whenever you make any changes.
  • Click Show Global Graph to view an overview of all of your accounts.
  • To save and analyze your data in a spreadsheet, use the Export Chart Data and Export Table Data options.
  • To hone in and concentrate on particular accounts or data, use the Filter and Filter by Tag options.
  • To view data for particular tools or actions, click on the corresponding values in the table.
  • To view the data in the graph, keep in mind to click Show Graph next to an account in the table.
  • To make the table view more suited to your needs, select the Manage Columns option.
  • Try refreshing the Statistics tab or restarting the program if any errors or problems with the Statistics tab persist; if not, get in touch with our SuSocial support team for help.


The Statistics tab in SuSocial offers insightful data on how well your social media tools and accounts are performing. You can improve your strategies and choose wisely what to do on social media by examining the data shown in the Posting and Tools sub-tabs.

This tab has all the information you require, whether you want to follow the development of your posts or keep an eye on how your tools are being used. You can keep track of how your accounts and tools are performing by frequently checking the Statistics tab. You can then make any necessary adjustments to improve your outcomes.

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