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Multiple Real Time active users on one screen

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One of my customer is monitoring 12 websites. Currently he has got one PC with several monitors each one showing a browser split in to 4 screen showing the "Right now" active users on site counter. He would like beeing able monitoring his websites that way from another location but this time without having to use 3 monitors.  

Is it possible to do something like that ?

 

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You can use the real time API to pull data and display it however you'd like
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You can use the real time API to pull data and display it however you'd like
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Merci Julien, je vais m'y mettre.

Multiple Real Time active users on one screen

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Sir Corobori, were you successful on this? Could you please teach me how.

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