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Introducing Interface Analytics in cPanel

Posted by Allura on 19 04 2019.

Introducing cPanel to the beginners, it is one of the most useful and simple Linux based programs, which is essentially used for Web hosting accounts. All the services and management that is required in order to successfully host an online platform, can be managed by cPanel. Whether it means installing new softwares, managing domains or adding a local FTPs, cPanel makes the tasks simple and efficient.Interface Analytics
Analytics are an integral part, which enables the cPanel to further better the user experience, when it comes to managing web hosting accounts. This is done by collecting the data which includes the user’s cPanel usage and WHM’s interface.cPanel promises the users that they will never share the data collected from the users with any other user or with any third party software. Also, they automatically destroy the collected data after 26 months, which is the minimum time required the understand the user’s preferences.…

Introducing cPanel to the beginners, it is one of the most useful and simple Linux based programs, which is essentially used for Web hosting accounts. All the services and management that is required in order to successfully host an online platform, can be managed by cPanel. Whether it means installing new softwares, managing domains or adding a local FTPs, cPanel makes the tasks simple and efficient.

Interface Analytics

Analytics are an integral part, which enables the cPanel to further better the user experience, when it comes to managing web hosting accounts. This is done by collecting the data which includes the user’s cPanel usage and WHM’s interface.

cPanel promises the users that they will never share the data collected from the users with any other user or with any third party software. Also, they automatically destroy the collected data after 26 months, which is the minimum time required the understand the user’s preferences.

  1. cPanel Analytics features are completely optional, if the user wants a more personalized experience with the activities that cPanel offers.
  2. Any user can disable the cPanel Analytics feature anytime through the server if they feel that their privacy is being challenged. Although plug ins from the Analytic feature respect the privacy of the users, it is completely up to the user to use them at their own convenience.
  3. If a user has disabled the ‘Do Not Track’ feature, cPanel Analytics will definitely not collect any data.

How to Use cPanel Analytics Feature

Since cPanel developers have released the Analytics and WHM version 78 already, it will automatically install the cPanel Analytics engine and feature and the plug ins that are associated with it. The plug in is not enabled by default and it will only collect data, when it is enabled by the user when they feel comfortable with it.

Types of Data Being Collected by the Analytics Feature

The type of data being collected by the plug ins include:

  1. The cPanel and WHM version of the server.
  2. Information relating to the Operating System and the OS version.
  3. Type of account associated with the server. (cPanel, WHM or Webmail account).
  4. ID of the company as mentioned in the Company information interface.
  5. Types of the specific features used by the user when browsing cPanel sections.
  6. Frequency of the cPanel usage and the types of devices used in order to access the same.