New updates are added at the bottom of this story…….
The original story (published September 01, 2022) follows:
YouTube Studio is a tool that gives content creators in-depth knowledge about the analytics part of their YouTube channels and also allows them to manage them from one place.
It provides features like viewing a channel’s analytics, ability to manage a live stream, reading and replying to comments, and many more.
YouTube Studio analytics show no views or “temporarily unavailable data”
Traditionally, when a user selects YouTube Studio analytics, they can see stats like views, watch time, subscribers, and more.
But due to a bug, the creators are missing their August 23-25 video scans.
This is an incredibly frustrating issue because some content creators also can’t see other analytics metrics like hours watched. Due to this issue, the overall count of these metrics is also affected.
I have a video that’s had about 1200 views and 50 watch hours that suddenly isn’t counting in my totals in the Analytics tab anymore. Is there a way to solve this problem and why something like this is happening? My channel did not receive any copyright strikes, the video is still viewable on my channel
For some reason I just lost all views and watch time for 2 random days. I know I got views for those days because it shows them when I compare individual views with total views. Anyone have any ideas? And does it affect the total watch time of the channel?
Some have tried troubleshooting methods such as reinstalling the app, clearing browser cache and cookies, and logging in and out of their YouTube account, but nothing seems to work.
Luckily, a YouTube community manager acknowledged the issue with Studio’s analytics and said they are currently working on a fix. However, no ETA was provided.
That said, we’ll be keeping an eye out for the latest developments regarding the YouTube Studio parsing issue and updating this story as anything noteworthy comes our way.
Update 1 (August 05, 2022)
5:06 p.m. (IST): A community specialist has confirmed that the YouTube Studio incorrect analytics data issue has now been resolved.
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