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Jetpack Search Record Meter

The Record Meter feature shows the Jetpack Search users how many records they have and what post types are indexed.

Here you can find the requirements and what to expect from the Record Meter feature.  — posts, pages, products, and custom post types count as records. 

Note: We don’t count media library files in Jetpack Search pricing unless they have their post status set to ‘publish,’ which is unusual. Most attachments are indexed for free. 

Requirements

You need the Jetpack Search or Jetpack Complete subscription to use this feature.

Summary

The feature is automatically enabled when you enable Jetpack Search.

How to use

You can access your Record Meter at Jetpack menu > Search or via My Jetpack > Search > Manage.

Your Record Meter will show you how many records you have indexed, your subscription plan tier and allotted records, the post types indexed, and, in case you have errors on your Jetpack Search.

Your Search Record Meter Status

How is my billing calculated?

Pricing for Jetpack Search depends on your site’s number of records.

When your records surpass 80%of your plan’s limit, the Jetpack Search Record Meter will display a notice to alert you of upcoming billing changes.

Once you reach your plan’s limit, you will be upgraded to the next tier. At this time, you will receive an email that outlines what’s happening and the next steps.

Troubleshooting

You can learn more about Jetpack Search in our FAQ.

Still having trouble?

Please contact support directly. We’re happy to lend a hand and answer any other questions that you may have.

Privacy Information

This feature is deactivated by default, and activating/unlocking it requires an upgrade to a Jetpack Search or Complete subscription. If you ever need to deactivate the feature, you can do so by toggling the Enable Search setting in your dashboard’s Search section from Jetpack — Settings — Performance.

Data Used
Site Owners / Users

We use the WordPress.com-connected blog ID to submit a visitor’s search request to the WordPress.com servers. Additionally, for activity tracking (detailed below): IP address, WordPress.com user ID, WordPress.com username, WordPress.com-connected site ID and URL, Jetpack version, user agent, visiting URL, referring URL, timestamp of event, browser language, country code.

Site Visitors

We use any visitor-chosen search filters and query data to process the search request on the WordPress.com servers. We also use aggregate page views and search data to adjust our search results.

Activity Tracked
Site Owners / Users

We track when and by which user the feature is activated and deactivated. We also track when and which configuration settings are modified (and by which user), and when and by which user the Jetpack Search widget is updated.

Site Visitors

We anonymously track when and what visitors search for and click on. This data improves our search algorithms and tracks how well the search works. This tracking includes IP address, URL, user agent, timestamp of event, browser language, country code, search query, and filters.

Data Synced (Read More)
Site Owners / Users

We sync website content and options to provide search results and improve our search results ranking algorithms.

Site Visitors

None.

 

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