Developer Statistics

With the Developer Statistics dashboard, you can view and download key statistics data on your experience health and revenue for custom analytics. The dashboard includes the following statistics:

  • Live stats on the amount of users currently visiting an experience and the platform they are using.
  • Filtered devices that can't access your experience due to performance issues and their crash rate.
  • Historical data on the total number of user visits and the average amount of time each user stayed by platform and time range.
  • Developer Product sales daily and monthly stats.
  • Premium membership payout and visit data.

Accessing Developer Statistics

To access the Developer Statistics dashboard of your or your group's experience:

  1. Navigate to the Creations page of Creator Dashboard, which lists all your experiences.
    • For group-owned experiences, click the CREATOR dropdown to select the target group.
  2. Select the experience for which you want to view the developer stats.
  3. On the ANALYTICS category of the navigation menu, select Developer Stats.

Live Stats

Live Stats displays the number of users in the entire experience and the number of live servers in use. In addition to the total number of users, it also has the number of users on each platform, including Computer, Tablet, Phone, and Console. The system updates the data every 30 seconds.

Live stats data is useful for learning the distribution of users on different platforms. When implementing features and evaluating performance, you can prioritize supporting the user-preferred platforms to retain your user base.

Filtered Devices

Filtered Devices displays the devices that failed to access your experience due to performance issues. For each filtered device, the dashboard also provides a crash rate, which is calculated by the number of client crashes / the number of successful client connections. The system clears and re-calculates filtered devices and crash rates every time you update your experience with a new version.

Filtered devices data is useful to determine how compatible your experience is with older hardware. If your experience has a variety of users from different platforms and no filtered devices, it is a good indicator that your experience is compatible with a wide variety of hardware.

Historical Data

Historical Data displays hourly, daily, and monthly visit and revenue data of each platform, including computer, tablet, phone, and console. This data can help you understand your user retention and revenue based on the platform. The dashboard includes the following two charts:

Chart Name Description
Visits The amount of times users have visited your experience.
Average Visit Length The average amount of time in minutes that users have spent in your experience.

Developer Product Sales

Developer Product Sales displays the total number of users who visit your experience, the average amount of time they visit, and how much Robux you have earned from in-experience Developer Product sales, in daily and monthly tables. You can filter the data by platform, including computer, tablet, phone, and console. This data is useful to see how much Developer Products contribute to your total Robux revenue and identify your most popular developer product.