Upon a successful Chartbeat integration with your AMP pages, a new AMP filter will appear in the left-hand side of your Real-Time Dashboard (screenshot below).
Select the AMP filter in your Real-Time Dashboard to perform the following data QA checks:
Page titles are populating as expected
Hover over page titles in this list to view the canonical paths received from these pages. Alternatively, click into the article view and right-click the title to copy the link address
Check for duplicate page entries in this list, and identify the discrepant paths being received from these pages to determine the fix in your configuration settings
Open the section & author drop-down filters to ensure section & author data is populating as expected
You can use your browser's site inspector tools to monitor network activity from your site, filtering on "chartbeat" to view all chartbeat related scripts loading on the page, or on "ping?" to find requests to URLs beginning with ping.chartbeat.net.
Clicking into one of these ping requests to ping.chartbeat.net in DevTools will display a list of the included query string parameters in this call which contain data determined by the configuration variables in your code snippet. Below is a ping key that describes some of these QSP fields that are important to check for in your review.
The site, or "host" where your site's traffic data will appear in your Chartbeat account. This string is pulled from the value assigned to the
The page's path. This string should match your page's canonical URL path, or whatever you're passing into the
With this key, we collect the actual domain of your page, which may be different from the h-key host/site name in your Chartbeat account.
Account ID, pulled from the value assigned to the
A comma-delimited list of sections received from the page via the
A comma-delimited list of authors received from the page via the
Page title. Only appears in the very first ping from each unique page session on your site.
Will carry the referring URL of the current pageview if the referrer value is an external site.
Unique identifier for the page-session. Each unique t-key value represents a separate pageview in your Chartbeat data.
Chartbeat video tracking for AMP pages is also unsupported at this time, as well as user subscriber status tracking.
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