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In order to collaborate effectively with team members, as well as with external agencies and clients, you need to have a single source of truth when it comes to data. In other words, you need to ensure that everyone is working from the same data source.
To do this, you can grant access to other users within your Google Analytics account, and apply different permission settings. You can do this in the User Management section at an Account, Property, or View level.
You can add a new user by completing the following steps.
There are many benefits to allowing other users access your Google Analytics account.
This means that everyone is using the same reporting tool and seeing the same data as a single source of truth, so collaboration between teams and team members is enhanced.
Having various access levels means that you can control how much data people see and need to see, based on their seniority and ability to analyze data. So, for example, you don’t need to overwhelm people – for example, senior executives – with data they don't have time to analyze or understand.
Likewise, you should be aware of the risks of granting access to your Google Analytics account to other users, either from within or external to your organization. Potential security risks include:
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ABOUT THIS DIGITAL MARKETING MODULE
This module begins with the fundamentals of web analytics and the associated legal responsibilities and best practices concerning data collection, consent, and privacy that enable a digital marketer to draw actionable conclusions from website or marketing channel data. It demonstrates how to set up and configure Google Analytics and install Google Analytics tracking code to glean insights about the website’s traffic and audience. It covers setting campaign goals to analyze performance and analyze customer conversion journeys. It also provides comprehensive detail on how to use Google Analytics reports and features to monitor and analyze digital campaigns.