You can easily find Statistics by clicking the gear icon at the top right-hand corner of Inoreader. This will open the Statistics window, where you can see all the information at a glance. The first thing you’ll look at is a doughnut graph of your read and unread articles. This statistic covers stats from the last 30 days and counts only the articles you’ve actually spent time to read - so any articles that have been marked as read through a mass action will also show as unread.
The most useful part of the Statistics page is the detailed information for each of your feeds. here you can see lots of information, including:
- The update interval for each feed so you know which feeds to boost
- The date you subscribed to the feed
- The timestamp of the last post - feeds with no posts in the last 2 weeks or longer are marked in red
- The number of articles, the number of read articles as an absolute value and a percentage
- Any starred or tagged articles from this subscription
You also have access to some feed options, like viewing the feed information, opening the website or feed XML, editing the feed title or deleting the feed.
You can then even create a dashboard that covers all your statistics and check it for full reading information. Here's how one of these might look like, much to the appreciation of control lovers:
Do you get insights about your reading with Statistics? Tell us in the comments! If you want to know more about optimizing your work with Inoreader, check out the rest of our How-to posts.