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Google Analytics Within Projects
Zach N. avatar
Written by Zach N.
Updated over a week ago

Note: Access to the Projects app is exclusively available to DashClicks Pro plan subscribers.

Step-By-Step Guide to Adding Google Analytics Within Projects

The best method to perform this integration is to have your sub-accounts log in to their dashboard and perform the integration as mentioned in the Google Analytics help document. You can also SSO into your clients' account from your dashboard, access their Analytics app, and use their Google credentials to perform the integration. Alternatively, you can follow the directions below to perform the integration using the Projects app.

Note: If you are performing the integration for your clients either by SSO or within the Projects app, it's important to use your client's Google login credentials. Inputting your credentials to try to find the correct integration (if the client had given you access), will force the token to get saved in the system, resulting in your client being able to see other assets in your Google account belonging to other clients.

1. Access Applications Menu:

Hover over the navigation bar to the left of the dashboard and select ‘Projects’.

2. Initiate New Integration:

Select the appropriate project in the left menu then click '+ Add New' from the top of the page.

3. Select Google Analytics Integration:

From the list, select the Google Analytics integration and then click 'Continue'.

4. Authenticate Your Google Account:

An authentication window will appear, prompting you to log into your Google account. Follow the instructions to grant our dashboard access to your account.

5. Select Analytics Version and Property:

In the provided fields, choose the version of Google Analytics that corresponds with your account. V3 is for older accounts, while V4 is for newer ones. Additionally, select a 'Property' and a 'Property View' within your Google Analytics account. After making these selections, click 'Continue'.

Note: 'Properties' in Google Analytics are where your data is collected, and 'Views' let you create filtered perspectives of your data.

6. Verify Google Analytics Account:

Check the integration of your Google Analytics account by accessing the Google Analytics tab at the top of the page. On the right side of the page, you should see an icon that reads ID. Hover over this to confirm your account ID.

Note: For information regarding Google Analytics Metrics, you can see the bottom portion of the Google Analytics help document.

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