What should I track?

With Mixpanel you choose the events you want to track. This way you can be sure that you are focusing on relevant and actionable metrics that will help ...

How is Mixpanel different than Google Analytics?

Mixpanel's differs from Google Analytics in one major way: instead of tracking page views, it tracks the actions people take in your mobile or web application. We think ...

Can I use Mixpanel and Google Analytics at the same time?

Yes. The JavaScript snippets provided by each service are built in such way that they don't interfere with each other or other tags generally.

What languages does Mixpanel work with?

We currently have official libraries supporting Javascript, iOS, Android and Java. We also have code samples written for Python, PHP, Ruby and ActionScript. Information about libraries and code ...

Why measure events vs. page views?

The specific action a customer takes in your application gives you more insight into how they use your product than you can gain by measuring the number of ...

What if I don't have an engineer or want extra help?

Mixpanel's Solutions Team stands ready to answer any and all questions you have. You can get in touch at support@mixpanel.com. However, some customers of ours have found it ...

Staying Informed of API and Library Changes

If you would like to be notified when we update our API or our libraries, and receive any other announcements about technical changes to our service, please sign ...

Webinar Resource Page

This page is intended to be a supplement to the live webinar which is hosted every Tuesday through Friday at 11 am PST. The webinar is great chance ...

How do I track sources of web traffic?

When setting up your Mixpanel implementation, one issue of particular interest is tracking users by their original source of traffic. By default, Mixpanel does some of this tracking ...