Website Visits

Data Table

  • Date Visited - the time a web page was visited within the browser
  • Title - the title of the web page
  • URL - the URL of the web page
  • Visit Type (Chrome/Firefox/Edge v79+)
    • Link - the user clicked a link to the web page
    • Typed - the user typed the URL into the address bar
    • Bookmark - the user clicked a bookmark to the web page
    • Other - the web page was visited by another means
  • Visit Type (Chrome/Edge v79+)
    • Synced - synchronised from another device
    • Extension - added by an extension
    • Extension - imported from another browser
  • Visit Count - number of times the browser has recorded a visit to this web page
  • URL Record Count - the count of records containing the same URL
  • Visited From - the URL of the previous web page

FAQs

What is the difference between the Visit Count and URL Record Count columns?
The 'Visit Count' column is the count stored by the web browser, which generally gets incremented everytime the user visits a particular URL, however this can depend on how the URL was navigated to. For example, Chrome does not increment the visit count when a page is reloaded. The 'URL Record Count' column is the count of Website Visit records containing the same URL for a single browser (irrespective of how the URL was navigated to). The two counts will often match, however the URL Record Count may be greater if some website visits were page reloads for example, and the Visit Count may be greater if some website visit records have been deleted.