Server Analytics
Server analytics provide insights into how users are interacting with Captcha.bot in your server. It's a great tool for providing help to users who are stuck verifying, having fewer logs in your server, or for comparing data week to week.

Who can view a servers analytics?

Currently only server administrators can view server analytics. In the future we will provide the option to let certain roles access analytics. You can get a link to your servers analytics by visiting our dashboard or running /analytics.

Analytic Types

Captcha.bot provides analytics on quite a few events and interactions with the bot. These include but are not limited to:
  • Captcha
    • Sent
    • Invalidated
    • Attempt submitted
    • Attempt failed
    • Completed
  • User
    • Joined the server
    • Left the server
  • Time limit reached
  • "Why" button clicked on button panel

Viewing more details

Some events which the bot tracks will contain additional data for you to view. Including but not limited to:
  • Captcha attempt failed
  • Captcha sent
  • Captcha invalidated
  • Command ran
To view any additional details on an analytic event you can click the row or the "View details" button. This will bring up a menu where you can view more specific data. To exit just click the X on the top right.

Searching

Since Server Analytics are in beta the search feature is quite limited. You can search by user id: user:12313213 or by username: username:Imdark

Opting out of server analytics/Our security practices

We use industry standard encryption & security practices on our servers and data. Data is only stored for up to 30 days (for most servers: 7 days).
As a user you can opt out being shown in server analytics by emailing [email protected]. View our privacy policy.
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