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How to Add a User to Google Analytics

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It may point to some usability issues with your software when you can’t do something as simple as add another user… ahhh, but that’s what we all love about Google Analytics. I’m actually writing this post for one of our clients so they can add us as a user. Adding a user isn’t the easiest task, though.

First, you’ll need to go to Admin, which Google Analytics moved to the bottom left of the navigation screen.

Google Analytics Admin Menu

This will bring you to a full navigation screen for your accounts. Select the property that you wish to add the user to, then click User Management.

Google Analytics User Management

This will provide you with an account setup screen. If you scroll to the bottom, you’ll find out where to provide additional users with access. If you’re adding someone to manage Webmaster and Google Analytics, you have to enable all permissions. I’d also check the optional checkbox to notify them that they now have access.

Google Analytics User Permissions

Here’s an overview video from Google that’s riduncously long given this is just a handful of clicks.

Youtube video

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