Seems like the latest update made (4.0.13) now counts admin stats and odd variables (i.e.,
/wp-admin/admin.php?page=some_page)even though I have Ignore Administrator set. Also wondering if checking “Logged in Users” would help eliminate that or is it more for stats? Would this make it redundant since it says
Allows you to easily remove logged in users from your reports, or to segment by different user roles. The users primary role will be logged.
Look forward to an insightful response.
Thank you for the excellent plugin.
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