Have the facility to reset Insights Data
As I am using the widget, I have 'launched' my LaunchRock account so I can see it working properly on the testing version of my page. All of my test visits are skewing the insights data that I'd like to use for my live site.
I used my e-mail addresses to test how launchrock works for my landing page. Now they are part of the statistics and I'd like to remove them.
I also refreshed the page for testing purposes and it counts as views, and this also affects the statistics.
I'd like to be able to filter out my testing actions from the statistics.
I would like the admin to have the ability to reset page data to zero visits, zero sign-ups.
it would be nice to be able to reset the page data, or exclude known IP addresses that are used for testing
Allowing admins to reset insights data would cause a lot of problems in our back end, so it is highly unlikely this will be the solution to this issue. Other solutions are under consideration, like counting only unique pageviews, or allowing admins to block IPs from the insights.
Will Vásquez Vásquez commented
Agree, right now we finished setting the page up and are ready to launch and it would be great to start with no "test" data.
As it may be hard to reset the account, it could exist just a way of saying I'm in development time in order not to count the insights. In my case, for example, I'm customizing my page with CSS and testing in many browsers, so my pageviews are now about 40...
I'll need to make a hand count to calculate an accurate conversion rate for my actions when I launch.
+1 for the multiple pages per account. Otherwise, you end up in situations where the previous site is launched, and you're ready to use LaunchRock for the next one, but you can't without creating a temporary email address to use for a new LaunchRock account. One email address per launch is not a reasonable assumption.
A simple reset procedure for insights data will be great especailly for relaunch purposes.
Either excluding tester IP addresses or showing the IP addresses of page views could serve the same purpose... this is something super helpful in the early days of a new project!