To view charts breaking down your app’s performance, click the Charts button in the sidebar:

Chart details

To change date ranges, view by session time or install time, and breakdown data by different time intervals — use any of the corresponding toggles above the charts:

Use the middle segment to quickly change the dates you’d like to use when fetching data. You can fetch data by:

  • 24 hours
  • 7 days
  • 30 days
  • 3 months
  • 6 months
  • 12 months
  • Custom range

On the right-hand side, you can control how you want that data displayed on the chart itself. You can choose between several different time granularity options such as:

  • Hours
  • Days
  • Weeks
  • Months
  • Quarters
  • Years

To simplify things a bit, the middle segment controls the date ranges you want the data fetched against, and the time granularity toggle influences how that fetched data is displayed on the chart itself.

Install time versus session time

You can have any chart arrange its data according to install time or session time by using the toggle at the top-left right above the charts.

  • Install Time plots events based on the time of installation, which is useful for analyzing trends like install-to-conversion.
  • Session Time plots events based on when they occur during a user’s session, making it ideal for examining real-time interactions, such as responses to a paywall.

Chart types

Superwall allows you to build your own chart types as opposed to showing pre-made options. This allows for greater flexibility in terms of showing the data you actually care about. To display a chart, click Charts in the left-hand sidebar and choose any of the options:

You can aggregate data by choosing events, event ratios, users, and user ratios. As you choose options, the chart will update in real time with your selections.


Use the breakdowns section in the left-hand sidebar to further refine the data you’ve queried. You can breakdown data by using properties from a paywall, campaign, transaction, device, or application. Like chart types, you can aggregate these breakdowns together:


Finally, to filter the data you’ve queried, use filters on the left-hand sidebar. You can filter using properties from a paywall, campaign, transaction, device, or application. Like chart types and breakdowns, you can also aggregate filters together:

As you choose filters, you’ll also see them reflected underneath the charts. A table will split out the filters for you, and if you simply want to filter by a certain property without a value — you can leave it blank.

For example, here the Paywall Name, Paywall Identifier, Paywall Primary Product Identifier, and Paywall Secondary Product Identifer are selected. However, none of them have a value set — so it will return all of the data for those filters:

Exporting chart data

You can export any chart data as a .csv file. Just click the Download CSV button at the bottom-right of any chart: