What’s my Safari visitor count?

Getting insights into the number of Safari visitors that you have on your website is straight forward – here’s how!

Google Analytics

Determining the proportion of Safari users to your website using Google Analytics is straight forward. Make sure that you are logged in and have selected the correct Account, Property and View.

It is recommended to view the numbers on a month-by-month basis.

Step 1

In Google Analytics, select Audience > Technology > Browser & OS. This will show a report of all browsers used by your website users, with metrics including Users, New Users, Sessions, etc.

Step 2

For the Accutics Cookie Saver, it is the Users metrics that you will need to take note of, especially for Safari users.

To filter out all Safari users, simply type “safari” in the filter box just above the report table. This will group both desktop, tablet and mobile Safari users and give you a total view of you overall Safari users and the impact of ITP 2.1 and 2.2.

Adobe Analytics

Getting an overview over the share of Safari users to your website using Adobe Analytics can be done in two easy steps. First ensure that you are signed in as the correct Organization and the correct Report Suite is selected.

It is recommended to view the numbers on a month-by-month basis.

Step 1

In Adobe Analytics, select Reports and type “browser” in the search field. This will allow you to quickly select the Browsers report, which is located under Visitor Profile > Technology. The result is a report of all browsers used by your website users.

Step 2

For the Accutics Cookie Saver, it is the Unique Visitors metrics that you will need to take note of, especially for Safari users.

To filter out all Safari users, simply filter for “safari” in the filter box just above the report table. This will group both desktop, tablet and mobile Safari users and give you a total view of you overall Safari users and the impact of ITP 2.1 and 2.2.