We recently launched Extension Analytics for Developers to help you understand how your Extensions are performing on Twitch.
Today, Twitch Insights is expanding our offering to provide more robust and actionable metrics about the Extensions lifecycle. These 34 new metrics will provide transparency into your Extension’s performance and help you identify bottlenecks. Track if a new feature increased interactivity or see how your updates are improving your retention. Read more on the blog announcement, and let us know if you have any questions or feedback the Insights forum!
You can now access:
- Historical data starting at January 31, 2018 for your released Extensions (expanded beyond 90 days).
Last 7 day and last 30 day rolling uniques will help you understand your Extension’s trends and the Twitch Community’s response to new updates beyond daily uniques.
- Active channels (Daily, Last 7 Days, Last 30 Days)
- Renderers (Daily, Last 7 Days, Last 30 Days)
- Viewers (Daily, Last 7 Days, Last 30 Days)
New metrics about discovery, viewers, identity linking, interactivity
- Extension Details Page Visits
- Unique Extension Details Page Visits
- Identity Linking
- Unique Identity Links
- Unique Identity Unlinks
- Unique Mouseenters (Daily, Last 7 Days, Last 30 Days)
- Mouseenters per Viewer
- Mouseenter Rate
- Unique Minimizers
- Minimization Rate
- Unique Unminimizers
- Unminimization Rate
Bits-in-Extensions Metrics (Bits-in-Extensions only)
- Bits Revenue USD
- Bits Used
- Bits Transactions
- Bits Per Transaction
- Unique Bits Users (Daily, Last 7 Days, Last 30 Days)
- Bits Used Per User
See the full list of of metrics with data definitions here.
There are two ways to access Extension Analytics whenever you want, 24/7.
- Extension Analytics API
- Extensions Dashboard
- Login to dev.twitch.tv
- Navigate to Dashboard > Extensions
- Click Export CSV data to download your Extension usage data since January 31, 2018.