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  • I installed the WordPress.com Stats plugin on a private hosted blog and accidentally clicked the option to claim stats from another one of my domains. I want to separate them again.

    Of course they both use the same API key, but I’d like to see the stats separately. As you would figure, when I login to read the stats of either website, I see a combined stats chart with the name of my initial website.

    How can I separate the stats into each respective blog the way it was initially?

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  • Hi, I’m having the exact same issue. If anyone reads this, can you help us? Is there anyway that I can see my private hosted blog’s stats rather than the one on wordpress.com? I too chose the option to claim stats from another one of my domains and now regret it. Is there a way to change it? My privated hosted blog is using the same API key as my wordpress.com one, which is why I see the merged stats. I want them seperate but see no option in the plugin to reverse the effects.

    Usually if I deactivate the plugin, and reactivate, I am prompted to re-enter API

    when re-entering, I’m asked if I want to merge, take-over, or add

    Select add

    Alright, I got it to ask me the API again. Thanks.

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