GitHub has announced the introduction of discussions community insights feature to help developers monitor discussion metrics in their dashboard.
GitHub Discussion Community Insights
Discussions Community Insights feature provides data about your repository’s number of discussions (by daily unique users and new users), number of issues, and the number of pull requests over time. You will also be able to see page views of discussions (segmented according to logged-in and anonymous users).
The data will be presented in line graphs and bar charts format. If there is no data to be displayed, then you will see this message “Not enough data yet. It usually takes about a week to populate this chart.“
The introduction of community insight means that it will now be easier to understand how people are interacting with your code over time. You will also be able to filter insights according to the last 30 days, 3 months, and year.
This feature can be accessed by going to your repository, then insights, and then on the left sidebar menu, a new tab has been added called Community. There is nothing you need to do on your end as the feature will be enabled by default to every person with a repository.
NOTE: Access to Discussions Community Insights is only available or restricted to repository administrators and maintainers.