YouTube has replaced Insight, a tool that let users see detailed stats about their videos, with Analytics, which offers even more in-depth reports and stats. Analytics gives registered YouTube users all the data from Insight in a simpler design, with several nifty new options.
#1 All reports are unified with a Data Filter, which is a key tool displayed at the top of each report. The Data Filter allows you filter by Content, Geography, and Date. You can select from a predetermined date range, or create a custom range.
#2 Most reports have a Line Chart by default, which captures the distribution of a metric over the specified date range Date granularity and Compare metric.
#3 Most reports have an interactive Map, which captures the geographic distribution (limited to the Geography selection on the content picker) of the metric reported over the specified date range.
#4 Download report will now download the data on the report displayed rather than all data.
If you cannot access Analytics, don’t worry: Google says it will be rolling it out to “everyone on a modern browser over the course of the day.”