Customize Analytics

Change the settings

Use the settings to change the website for which the Analytics module displays data and to view the Goggle Analytics tracking code.

  1. In the Sitefinity CMS backend, navigate to Marketing » Analytics.
  2. To open the settings, in the left pane, click Settings under Customizations.
    The Google Analytics settings page appears.
  3. To connect to another Google Analytics account, enter new Client ID, Client secret, and click Login to Google.
  4. To change the available account, (which in Google Analytics is called View), the domains that are being tracked, or how the data report is being constructed, select the values from the respective dropdowns.
  5. To view and copy the Google Analytics tracking code for the selected account, in the Analytics module, expand the Tracking code header.
  6. Click Save Settings.
    The data for the new account is displayed in the Analytics module.

Change permissions for reports

Use the permissions to select which reports each user is allowed to see.
  1. In the Sitefinity CMS backend, navigate to Marketing » Analytics.
  2. To open the permissions, in the left pane, click Permissions under Customization.
    The Analytics dashboard permissions page appears.
    • On the left, the page displays all existing Sitefinity CMS user accounts.
      For more information about creating users, see Users.
    • On the right, the page displays a list of all available reports from the Analytics module. The reports, which the selected user has view permissions for, are selected.
  3. To grant or deny permissions to the user, select and deselect the checkbox of the respective report.
  4. To confirm, click Update Permissions.

Assign permissions for the Analytics module

You can grant and deny users permissions to access the Analytics module.
  1. To change Analytics users, in Sitefinity CMS backend, navigate to Administration » Backend Pages.
  2. Click OK, Continue.
    The tree with all Sitefinity CMS backend pages appears.
  3. Expand Sitefinity » Marketing » Tools.
  4. On the Analytics page, click Actions » Permissions.
  5. Under View this page and its child pages section, click Change.
  6. To grant permissions to roles and users, select Selected roles or users radio button.
  7. Click Add roles or users, select the roles or users that you want to access the Analytics module, and click Done selecting » Done.

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