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What is a page view?
A Page View is a visit to a page on your website by an end-user, similar to what you see with other analytics tools. It is counted each time Request Metrics records performance metrics from your site. Calls to API endpoints or static assets do not count against this limit.
How do I monitor multiple websites?
With Request Metrics, you can monitor unlimited websites by creating additional Applications. Each application is a separate subscription, billed together under your account. Applications also have their own settings and permissions so you can pick the right setup for your team.
For example, if you have 3 websites: a marketing site, a web application, and a test site, you'd create 3 applications in Request Metrics. The marketing site might be busy and need 500K page views per month, while the webapp and test site only need 50K. Your total bill would be $45 per month.
How does Request Metrics handle URLs?
A URL is the unique address of a page or API endpoint on your website. But, you probably don't want to see every URL. That's why Request Metrics intelligently groups your URLs to pull out URL segments that look like IDs, SEO fragments, and query strings.
For example, you don't want to see separate performance metrics for
That'd be silly. Request Metrics automatically combines them and gives you a single
performance report for
Do you have some custom URL structure? No problem! Let our engineering team know and we'll make sure your website URLs get grouped together correctly.
How do you process my credit card?
Hey, we get it. You don't totally trust us yet. That's cool. Not to worry though, all our credit card transactions are processed with Stripe Checkout. When it's time to subscribe, you'll be redirected to their secure platform to make payment. We never see or touch your credit card details.
What happens if I exceed the limits of my plan?
If an application exceeds its plan's page view limit, you'll lose access to your performance reports for the remainder of the billing cycle. Request Metrics will continue holding and capturing your performance data, but you will not be able to access it unless you upgrade your subscription to cover your website's activity.
Can I cancel my subscription?
Things happen and it might not work out. Request Metrics plans have no commitment, you can cancel at any time directly in the application. You don't even have to talk to us.
Cancellations will apply at the end of your current billing cycle. We cannot refund payments made.
Can you add a feature for me?
Maybe, it depends. Request Metrics is completely customer driven, and we build tools and features that help our customers. Understanding your needs is important to getting it right.
But Request Metrics won't be everything to everyone. We focus on building simple, fast, and easy tools that solve particular problems. If your feature idea fits our vision, we'd love to build it for you. Let us know!
I have more questions
That's not a question, but we're at your service all the same. Email us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll do all we can to help.