If you run a website for your business, your prime concern is to track the website activity, including bounce rate, traffic, and the source of traffic.
But what’s the use of these website analytics? It’s simple!
They help you make informed decisions based on the performance of your website.
This is where Google Analytics comes in handy. Not only does it give you a detailed overview of your website’s performance, but you can also add a team member to handle everything from the traffic to other basic website settings. And this is what we are going to tell you today!
Why Should Someone Require Access to your Google Analytics Account?
You see, as your business grows, so does your website’s activity. Soon, it gets difficult to manage everything single-handedly, and you require someone to handle your account and website settings.
Giving access to a user permits them to manage users and edit settings.
Also, the Google team may require access to troubleshoot account-related issues. So, giving access is better and safer than sharing the login details of your Google Analytics id.
On a side note, if you want to take your business to the next level, our blog might be helpful in providing you tips on how to go about it.
Now let’s come to the main topic of concern.
How to Add a User on Google Analytics Account?
It is as easy as pie. Just follow the steps given below to add a user on Google Analytics:
Open the Google Analytics settings and click on “Admin” from the screen’s bottom-left corner.
Here you will see three options: Account, Property, and View. All three have different levels of access.
This permits users to add other users, websites and link AdSense data.
This gives users the permission to adjust settings on a particular website, change retargeting codes and access the Google Analytics tracking code.
This gives users access to view reports, add goals and content groupings.
Click on User Management under the required option (Account/property/view).
Next click on “ + > Add Users”.
Now enter their Google email addresses, and tick on “Notify new users by email” and on the permissions, you want to give them.
That’s it! You have now successfully added a user to your Google Analytics account.