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How To Add Additional Users In Google Analytics

We’ve had a couple requests from clients lately for information on how to add additional users to their Google Analytics account, so we figured we might as well write a blog post about it for anyone else out there wondering how to do it.  Luckily it’s pretty straight forward.  Below are the steps to add users, under that is a video in case you’re more of a visual learner!

1.  Once you log into google analytics, you’ll see the main home screen with your web properties listed.  There’ll be an orange bar across the top.  At the right hand side of that orange bar, click ‘Admin.’

2.  The admin page isn’t that different than the last page – it’s a list of your accounts.  Choose the account you’d like to add a user to.

3.  You’ll now be at the admin screen for a specific analytics account you manage.  You’ll automatically be started in the ‘Properties’ tab.  You want to click one choice to the right of that – the ‘Users’ tab.

4.  Once there, you’ll see a ‘New User’ button at the top, and your current users down below.  Click the ‘New User’ button.

5.  Now you’ll just be adding the info for the user you want to add.  Enter their email address.  Choose User (can only see data and reports) or Administrator (can make changes to how your analytics is set up).  If you choose User, you can then also determine which profiles they’ll be able to see by selecting them and clicking the Add button.

6.  Once you’ve got it set up how you’d like, just click the add user button!

7.  Relax.

Here’s the video tutorial.

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