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- [Postfix for incoming email](reply_by_email_postfix_setup.md): Set up a
basic Postfix mail server with IMAP authentication on Ubuntu for incoming
emails.
- [User Cohorts](../user/admin_area/user_cohorts.md): Display the monthly cohorts of new users and their activities over time.
[reply by email]: reply_by_email.md
[issues by email]: ../user/project/issues/create_new_issue.md#new-issue-via-email
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- [Monitoring uptime](../user/admin_area/monitoring/health_check.md): Check the server status using the health check endpoint.
- [IP whitelist](monitoring/ip_whitelist.md): Monitor endpoints that provide health check information when probed.
- [Monitoring GitHub imports](monitoring/github_imports.md): GitLab's GitHub Importer displays Prometheus metrics to monitor the health and progress of the importer.
- [Conversational Development (ConvDev) Index](../user/admin_area/monitoring/convdev.md): Provides an overview of your entire instance's feature usage.
### Performance Monitoring
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If you have just started using GitLab, it may take a few weeks for data to be
collected before this feature is available.
This feature is accessible only to a system admin, at
**Admin area > Overview > ConvDev Index**.
[ce-30469]: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/issues/30469
[ping]: ../settings/usage_statistics.md#usage-ping
[ping]: ../admin_area/settings/usage_statistics.md#usage-ping
# Instance Statistics
> [Introduced][ce-41416] in GitLab 11.2.
Instance Statistics gives users or admins access to instance-wide analaysis tools.
This feature is accessible to all users by default, a button will be shown in the top bar.
![Instance Statistics button](img/instance_statistics_button.png)
It can be restiricted to admins by selecting "Only admins" in the Instance Statistics visibility dropdown in the admin area's Usage statistics area at **Admin area > Settings > Usage statistics**.
![Instance Statistics visibility setting](img/instance_statistics_visibility_setting.png)
- [Conversational Development (ConvDev) Index](./convdev.md): Provides an overview of your entire instance's feature usage.
- [User Cohorts](./user_cohorts.md): Display the monthly cohorts of new users and their activities over time.
[ce-41416]: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/issues/41416
[ping]: ../admin_area/settings/usage_statistics.md#usage-ping
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> **Notes:**
> [Introduced][ce-23361] in GitLab 9.1.
As a benefit of having the [usage ping active](settings/usage_statistics.md),
As a benefit of having the [usage ping active](../admin_area/settings/usage_statistics.md),
GitLab lets you analyze the users' activities of your GitLab installation.
Under `/admin/cohorts`, when the usage ping is active, GitLab will show the
Under `/instance_statistics/cohorts`, when the usage ping is active, GitLab will show the
monthly cohorts of new users and their activities over time.
## Overview
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## Setup
1. [Activate the usage ping](settings/usage_statistics.md)
2. Go to `/admin/cohorts` to see the user cohorts of the server
1. [Activate the usage ping](../admin_area/settings/usage_statistics.md)
2. Go to `/instance_statistics/cohorts` to see the user cohorts of the server
[ce-23361]: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/issues/23361