@mattab opened this Issue on March 17th 2013 Owner

It would be quite awesome to have the real time map showing visitors from all websites. This could be displayed in the All Websites dashboard.

Process:

  • Modify the API in Live.getLastVisitsDetail to allow no site ID. This would return all sites that user has "view access" on.
    • It might need a JOIN rather than IN (..,..) so that it scales better with thousands of low-no traffic sites. See also: #3124
  • Update real time map to call the api without an idsite
    • maybe Tooltips display the Website name
  • "All Websites" dashboard has a new icon next to title.
    • When clicked, the realtime map expands/collapses, above the listing of sites
@mattab commented on April 7th 2013 Owner

Slightly related suggestion: in the forums, suggested to display "More" than the real time visitors. For example, display the last 500 or last 1000 visitors on the map. This could be done by adding the standard Piwik Row selector at the bottom right of the map.

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on December 18th 2013

I would love to see this feature added. It would take very little according to what I read in the description, and on small sites like all of mine, it would be awesome to see this added in the near future.

But glad to see that is has a "Major" priority.

@mattab commented on February 1st 2014 Owner

This would be so cool!

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on June 3rd 2014

+1 on this (and other widgets also, e.g. Live! widget realtime visitor count)

@ThaDafinser commented on July 23rd 2014 Contributor

Wouldn't this make sence for ALL piwik reports?

I would also not include it in the all dashboards. Make a general solution.

E.g. pre process the data for all sites together (like done for each website). And then UI at the website selection make an option all

@tsteur commented on July 30th 2014 Owner

See also for instance piwik/piwik-mobile-2#3857

@alexander7567 commented on August 29th 2014

Yes it would make since to me also to put an all websites in the drop down web site selector to be able to use it in all views.

@ThaDafinser commented on August 29th 2014 Contributor

I think when starting on this it would also make sense to select (user based) multiple sites. Then you would even have more options.

Using where IN() should do the job for most queries (when selecting all just provide all siteIds)

@oscarfroberg commented on November 6th 2014

Any progress on this?

@mattab commented on November 7th 2014 Owner

@oscarfroberg no progress - and it is not on our Top priority list yet - if you are interested or anyone else, please consider sponsoring this development: http://piwik.org/consulting/

@tsteur commented on February 1st 2017 Owner

FYI: The plugin Roll-Up Reporting lets you view the real time map and visitor log across websites.

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