“File downloads” report

This report shows how many times users tried to download files from your site: audio, video, archives, images, and so on. However, there is still a chance that the download was not completed.

Extensions supported by default
  • 3GP
  • 7Z
  • AAC
  • AC3
  • ACS
  • AI
  • AVI
  • APE
  • APK
  • ASF
  • BMP
  • BZ2
  • CAB
  • CDR
  • CRC32
  • CSS
  • CSV
  • CUE
  • DIVX
  • DMG
  • DJV
  • DJVU
  • DOC
  • DOCX
  • DOCM
  • DOCB
  • EMF
  • EPS
  • EXE
  • FLA
  • FLAC
  • FLV
  • GIF
  • GZ
  • TGZ
  • ISO
  • JPG
  • JPE
  • JPEG
  • JS
  • M3U
  • 3U8
  • M4A
  • M4V
  • MD5
  • MKV
  • MP3
  • MP4
  • MPG
  • MPEG
  • MOV
  • MSI
  • ODS
  • OGG
  • OGM
  • OGV
  • PDF
  • PHPS
  • PNG
  • PPT
  • PPTX
  • PPTM
  • PPTB
  • PSD
  • RAR
  • RSS
  • RTF
  • SEA
  • SIT
  • SFV
  • SHA1
  • SVG
  • SWF
  • TAR
  • TIF
  • TIFF
  • TORRENT
  • TS
  • TXT
  • VOB
  • WAV
  • WAVE
  • WEBM
  • WMA
  • WMV
  • wmf
  • XLS
  • XLSX
  • XLSM
  • XLSB
  • XPI
  • ZIP
  • GZIP

You can add other extensions to the report using addFileExtension.

To view the report: Reports → Standard reports → Contents → File downloads.

What you can do with this report

Find out the number of downloads

The report shows how many times users tried to download a file from your site.

Determine how many users downloaded a file

The report shows the number of users who tried to download a file from your site.

Report structure and settings

Report data is grouped by the address where the file is located for downloading.

For information on how to configure the report depending on your business objectives, see Setting up a report.

Note that you can't use goals in the report, and that there is a limited set of dimensions and metrics.