How much do you know about your online journal readership? If you're not yet tracking publishing analytics, it may not be as much as you think. In this blog post, we're rounding up three analytics areas all journal teams should be assessing and why.

Many scholarly journals have begun tracking journal performance metrics to get a granular view of their peer review processes.

Scholastica's new Editor Analytics page allows journals to see how many articles are currently under review by each editor, how long the team is taking to make decisions, and more.

The journal analytics page is a way for editors to holistically understand data about their journals from the time they join Scholastica to the present day.

After working in concert with many of our journal editors we're proud to announce version 1 of our reporting tool, a more customizable reviewer form, a beautiful new review reading page, and social share links to help your content go viral!