Since Independent Analytics runs inside WordPress, it knows the publication dates of all your posts and pages. This data can be found in the Pages report, but it is not visible by default.
To view the publication date for your posts and pages, start by clicking the Toggle Columns button.
Next, locate the Publish Date checkbox and check it to enable the column. You’ll see the publication dates show up immediately in the data table.
The dates will appear for posts, pages, and any custom post types you have on your site. For other page types that don’t have a publication date, like a category archive, you’ll see a blank space.
You can sort by the date to review the performance of your oldest and newest pages.
You can also filter your pages by the publication date. For instance, you might want to see stats for articles that were published before a certain date. That can be done easily with a filter like this:
Any pages that don’t have a date, like a category archive, will be excluded as well.
Filtering by the publication date makes it easy to check older posts that may need to be republished or to review the performance of articles from a specific month.