As of June 2017 transferring ownership of Google Analytics accounts is accomplished by adding a new user with administrative permissions, then deleting the previous user.
To add a new user with administrative permissions:
Click Admin at the bottom of the left navigation menu to view the Administration page.
From there, select the account, then click User ...
Since I'm doing this, I'll provide an answer to help others. I'll update as I go through the process.
Before you start
To be safe, I added my personal gmail as a full admin user to every service I use. This is easy to do for a lot of Google services like Analytics and Webmaster Tools.
Go to your Google Account page to see where you are using your account ...
https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1006253?hl=en explains how they compute the average visit duration: in short the formula is (The time of the first hit on the last page - the first hit on the first page) / (number of visited pages).
Regarding your second question pertaining to your graph, try https://stackoverflow.com/q/15841370/395857
HTTP cookies are the most common. They are usually written and read by the site you are visiting (the "first party"), but also (depending on your browser and browser settings) written and read by third-party elements on the page you are visiting.
Also common are small image elements, served from various tracking servers (these are common in commercial ...
Ok. I found the solution. Before logging in, there is a language selection at the bottom-right of the page.
I couldn't find it because it was in Polish... Still can't understand why Google don't use general Google language settings on Google Analytics.
To Delete a view
It's Important to keep in mind:
A view is permanently deleted 35 days after being moved to the Trash Can. Once deleted, the view is gone, and we are not be able to retrieve any historical data or reinstate the reports. This includes any setting and configuration preferences, like Goals and user permissions, but does not include data saved ...
According to this answer in the Google Product Forums, you will get the above message immediately if you have 3rd-party cookies blocked in your browser:
same happend to me until I enabled to accept 3rd partie cookies in firefox!
If you unblock 3rd-party cookies or somehow make an exception rule for Google Tag Manager in your browser, then the preview and ...
You can move your Google Analytics account to a different Google Account by making that Google Account a second administrator to your Analytics account:
Sign in to your Google Analytics account
Click Access Manager
From the Existing Access table click Add User
Enter your alternate Google Account's email address, last name, and
Select Account ...
Here is what worked for me.
Log in to your AdSense account. In the upper right side of your AdSense account, click on the cog or gear. A dropdown will appear with four selections. Click the top selection, which is Settings.
Once in Settings, the left side menu will change. In the left side menu, click on Access and Authorization. This will open a submenu. ...
If you're a Chrome user, there's an extension that automatically bypasses the splash called Straight to Google Analytics. It takes a second or so to redirect, but much better than clicking that Sign On link every time.
Create a custom report with the URL you are interested in.
In Report Content, add Pageviews to the Metric Group and Keyword to the Dimension Drilldown
In Filters, add "Include Page Exact /path/to/page.html"
This shows the edit screen and results.
You need to create a report for your custom variables under Audience→Custom variables:
From here, click Customize:
Under Dimension drilldown, you should be able to find your custom variables in the list:
Do Not Track Me and Disconnect are similar browser extension tools to Ghostery. They will show you trackers on each web page in the browser, and let you block them.
No this is not possible in Google Analytics itself. You can only view the total number of a stat e.g. visits for a day - a day being the shortest period of time Analytics will report on, or another specified date (day) range e.g. for a month.
You'd need another analytics service that specifically tracks and can report on this to get this information.
There are three different ways to change AdWords sign in information.
Change the email address on your account
Add alternate email addresses to your account
Allow another email address to access your AdWords account
The option to change the email address is not available to Google accounts, only non Google accounts. The alternate email address option is ...
The easiest way to see it is in Acquisitions > All Traffic > Source / Medium. As all your mediums are the same, you will need to add a secondary dimension and choose Advertising > Ad Content which will display the utm_content tag.
This looks a lot like it may be data sampling. Do you see a yellow shield at the top of the report when the segment is applied? If so, the data is probably sampled. You can click the shield to see the extent of the sampling.
The reason you don't have a problem before applying a segment is that the top-level reports are all pre-calculated. Adding a segment ...
AFAIK the only way to interact with an add-on is through the exposed features like custom functions, custom menus or other elements added by the add-on.
When an add-on is open-source and the users are able to get the ...
It doesn't look like this exact chart type is available on the desktop version.
For equivalent data, you might try drilling into Behavior > Overview > Hourly.
Find more here (plus a custom report configuration) at this Stack Overflow answer:
Ghostery is a (but certainly not the only) browser extension that alerts you to certain trackers/companies as you surf online.
Ghostery tracks over 1,400 trackers and gives you a roll-call of the
ad networks, behavioral data providers, web publishers, and other
companies interested in your activity.
I use it both to block tracking and as an alert ...
Google Analytics don't record the information to generate a page heatmaps. However you can add the Google Analytics' paid extension SessionCam's Session Replay, Heatmaps and Web Analytics (free trial available), it will generate website heatmaps for mouse movement, mouse clicks, page scrolling and browser attention:
Unfortunately, I could not find a way to do this. It would seem such a feature has not been built by Google.
I ended up moving my mail account, linking my Analytics profiles to a separate GMail address, and then destroying my Google Apps domain. Not a great solution, but thankfully it worked as it turns out I didn't use too many other Google services.
No, you can't back fill historical web analytics data into Google Analytics, apart from uploading non-AdWords ad cost data. Neither can you remove bad data; it's a bit funny that way.
You might be able to bridge these two sources together by either:
Creating a database table or tables that ideally use a set of conformed (consistent) dimension and metric ...
Some developers also use Mixpanel to track your behavior and navigation on the site.
Mixpanel can be used to trigger events on some action by the user and then the data collected is used for analytics.
Websites can track you using the following mechanisms:
Storing of cookies on your browser and sending information back to the server on what you do.
Analyzing of the access logs on specific IP addresses to see what pages you visit.
GA Data Grabber allows you to manipulate Google Analytics data in Excel. There's a free trial if you're unsure if it'll meet your needs.
If you are familiar with Python, I recommend using the Pandas module which allows you to access the Google Analytics API directly. This way you can use the Pandas data frames to ...
First find the page under Behavior -> Site Content, then once you have drilled down to the page and it is no longer a link (leading to other choices), change the primary dimension by dropping down a menu from 'other', under Technology is Browser.