There are several things to check to see why your data might not be showing.
- Double and triple check your token
Most of the time when this occurs the user is sending data to the wrong project. Check your token to make sure this isn't the case.
- Mixpanel Status
You can always check status.mixpanel.com to make sure Mixpanel itself is operating normally.
- Make sure you are tracking events
You need to actually track an event for the data to show up. Just pasting the snippet isn't enough as event tracking calls are not included automatically in the snippet--those need to be added by you.
- Turn on debug mode
You can change your init call (the last line of your snippet) to enable debug mode:
This will print full event and property details to your console whenever they are fired. One useful tool is Tim Trefren's MP-Debug Chrome Extension which automatically enables debug mode on every page you visit with Mixpanel.
If you are using one of our Mobile Libraries
We'd recommend using a web debugging proxy like Charles or Fiddler to watch traffic from your mobile app to Mixpanel. You will see standard Mixpanel API calls as documented in our API spec. By Base64 decoding the data parameter in these calls you'll see exactly what your app is trying to send to Mixpanel, which will help with debugging.
If you are using our HTTP API
If you are getting a "0" back it means there is a problem with your request. Add the parameter
verbose=1 to your call to see a more verbose error. If you are getting a "1" back then base64 decode the data paramater to see which token and event name are being sent.