Filtering out internal page views
If you have colleagues in your office who routinely view your Qwilr Pages but aren't logged into Qwilr, those views will be counted in your analytics by default. With the Office IP Filters setting, you can make sure no internal office views will be tracked.
Adding IP addresses to filter
To get started with this feature you'll want to first find your office IP address (or addresses, if there's more than one). Your network administrator should be able to provide this information, but you can always go to What's My IP to show the IP address registered to your computer.
Please determine whether you have a static IP or a dynamic one. A static IP will only need to be entered once. A dynamic IP will change over time, and you'll need to update the filter whenever the IP changes. Again, your network administrator should be able to provide that information.
Step 1. Click on your initials in the top right corner of Qwilr. Head to View All Settings → Account. Scroll to the bottom of the page and look for the Office IP Filters section.
Step 2. Click on the + sign to add a new filter. From there you'll see 2 fields. Add in a name for your IP so you can identify it, and the IP address itself. Then click Update IP Filters.
If you have additional IPs to add, repeat the process.
Enabling the Filter IP setting
Once you've added your office IP addresses, you'll be able set any Qwilr Page so that it ignores internal views. You'll need to enable this setting on each page where you want to exclude internal views.
Step 1. Click on the Share button for the page you want to edit, either from the dashboard or from the editor.
Step 2. In the pop-up that appears, click Edit security settings for this link.
Step 3. Enable the Filter Office Views switch, and then you'll see a list of the IP addresses that have been entered in your settings. (If no IPs have been entered yet, you'll see a link to the Settings page to add them.)
Choose the IP address you want to restrict and you're done. This page will no longer track views coming from that IP address.