The Overview tab in YouTube Analytics gives you a high-level summary of how your channel and videos are performing on YouTube. The key metrics card shows your views, watch time, subscribers, and estimated revenue (If you’re in the YouTube Partner Program).Note: Some reports may not be available on mobile devices.
View your overview reports
- Sign in to YouTube Studio.
- In the left Menu, select Analytics.
- The Overview tab will open by default. You’ll see icons on the key metrics card to indicate when you published a video such as a live stream .
Note: You may see personalized overview reports that show comparisons to your typical performance. These insights will explain why your views may be higher or lower than usual.
The top videos report highlights your most popular videos. By default, the report shows top videos by watch time.
The Realtime report gives you early insights into the performance of your recently published videos. The report also gives you info on yourtop videosand subscriber count. You can also view the expanded analytics report to compare 60 minute and 48 hour performance.
This report gives you a snapshot of your latest video's views. The report also gives you info onimpressions click-through rate and average view duration.
The Stories report highlights the number of views, comments added, likes, and subscribers gained within the last 7 days.
This report shows your content that has been used to make Shorts. The report also shows the number of times your content has been remixed and the number of remix views.
Metrics to know
The number of legitimate views for your channels or videos.
Watch time (hours)
The amount of time viewers have watched your video.
The number of viewers who have subscribed to your channel.
Total estimated revenue (net revenue) from all Google-sold ads and transactions for the selected date range and area.
Average view duration
Estimated average minutes watched per view for the selected video and date range.
How many times your thumbnails were shown to viewers on YouTube through registered impressions.
How often viewers watched a video after seeing a thumbnail.
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