We’ve been experimenting with potential new features to deliver more value to our users.
These include several new dashboard concepts to help users browse smarter:
History dashboard: A log of your tracking history that shows what Ghostery has done for you, including trends about trackers you’ve encountered and blocked over time.
Performance dashboard: An analysis of website performance, such as data transferred, page load quality and number of data requests.
Tracker alerts dashboard: Control center where users can “tag” trackers to follow their activity on the web, receive insight into loading behavior, and alerts when they appear on a page you visit.
Rewards dashboard: A hub that displays Ghostery Rewards earned and redeemed.
We are also gauging interest in a website snapshot function, an interactive mode where users can view which elements on a page are linked with trackers, make adjustments, and see before/after page comparisons.
Finally, our development team is experimenting with a native Ghostery desktop application that provides system-wide privacy protection and in-depth tracker analytics.