Many of us are loooking to move away from Google Analytics where possible. Reasons for doing so include:
While looking into alternatives you’ll find a range of paid, privacy-focussed SaaS analytics products, as well as some self hosted open source options (some of which are shared by companies who also offer a hosted paid service).
I wanted a self hosted option and before settling on Umami.js I also checked:
For all I know, these might be great - but I didn’t get to a feature comparison or to try any of them out. I went with Umami.js simply because of how I wanted to install it on this occasion: on an Ubuntu VM, with Postgress/MySQL, and without using docker.
One nice feature of Umami.js is easily sharing a public dashboard for a website, you can take a look at their own public dashboard (pictured below) to see if it’s the kind of thing you’re looking for.