How to Add Your Google Analytics Tracking ID

Posted on 24-11-2023 | Last Updated: 24-11-2023 | Category: Getting Started

To add your Google analytis tracking id to your website, please follow the folowing instructions:

Step 1: Obtain Your Google Analytics Tracking ID

Before adding the tracking ID to your website, you need to have a Google Analytics account and a tracking ID. If you don't have one, please visit Google Analytics and create an account. Once your account is set up and you have added your website as a property, Google Analytics will provide you with a Tracking ID (format UA-XXXXXXXXX-X).

Step 2: Adding the Tracking ID to Your Website

Log Into Your Account: Access your account on our platform.

Navigate to Website Settings: On the left-hand side menu, click on "Website Settings."

Enter Your Tracking ID: In the Website Settings, find the field labeled “Google Analytics Tracking ID” or similar.

Input Your GA Tracking ID: Enter your Google Analytics Tracking ID into this field.

Save Your Settings: Save the changes to update your website settings with the new tracking ID.

Step 3: Verify Tracking

After adding your Tracking ID, visit your website to trigger some data events.

Log back into your Google Analytics account to see if your website activities are being tracked. It might take some time (usually a few hours) for data to start appearing.


How to Access Your Google Analytics Dashboard:

Step 1: Log Into Google Analytics

Go to Google Analytics and log in with the Google account you used to set up your tracking ID.

Step 2: Navigate to Your Dashboard

Once logged in, you will be taken to your Analytics Dashboard. Here you can see a variety of reports about your website’s traffic and user engagement.

Step 3: Explore Analytics Features

Use the menu on the left side to explore different analytics features such as Realtime data, Audience information, Acquisition sources, and Behavior on your site.

You can customize reports, set up goals, and track specific user interactions as per your needs.

Additional Resources

For detailed information on using Google Analytics and understanding your data, you can refer to the Google Analytics Help Center

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