Google Analytics Rolls Out Beta Diagnostics For Limited Number Of Users

Google announced yesterday it is launching beta Analytics Diagnostics, but only giving access to a limited number of users for now. According to the announcement, the new Analytics Diagnostics feature will identify a number of account issues: It inspects your site tagging, account configuration, and reporting data for potential data-quality issues, looking for things like: […]

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google-analytics-600Google announced yesterday it is launching beta Analytics Diagnostics, but only giving access to a limited number of users for now.

According to the announcement, the new Analytics Diagnostics feature will identify a number of account issues:

It inspects your site tagging, account configuration, and reporting data for potential data-quality issues, looking for things like:
  • Missing or malformed Analytics tags 
  • Filters that conflict
  • Looking for the presence of (other) entries in reports

Google offered the following image to show how Diagnostics notifications will appear for an account, and said the plan is to release it to all users after improvements are made on the system.



Google Analytics diagnostics April 2014


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