Google Analytics provides a wealth of data about your website performance, but it’s essential to be able to share that data with others. So here’s a step-by-step guide on how to export and share reports on Google Analytics.
Step 1: Log in to Google Analytics
Visit the Google Analytics website and log in using your Google account.
Step 2: Select the correct property
Make sure you’re looking at the correct property by selecting it from the property drop-down menu in the bottom left corner of the page.
Step 3: Choose the report you want to export or share
In Google Analytics, you can export and share almost any report, including standard reports and custom reports. Select the report you want to export or share.
Step 4: Export the report
To export the report, click on the “Export” button in the top right corner of the report. You can export the report as a PDF, CSV, or TSV file.
Step 5: Share the report
To share the report, click on the “Share” button in the top right corner of the report. You can share the report via email or link or embed it on a website.
Step 6: Configure the sharing options
When sharing the report, you have several options to configure, including the level of access for the recipient (view, edit, or collaborate), the duration of entry, and the ability to download the report. Choose the options that best meet your needs.
Step 7: Send or embed the report
Once you’ve configured the sharing options, send the report via email or embed it on a website. If you’re emailing the report, add the recipient’s email address and a message to accompany the report. If you’re embedding the report on a website, copy the embed code and paste it into the HTML of your website.
Step 8: Review access to the report
To review the access to the report, click on the “Shared with” link in the top right corner of the report. This will show you who has access to the report and their access level.
Step 9: Revoke access to the report
To revoke access to the report, click on the “Revoke” link next to the recipient’s email address in the “Shared with” section. This will remove the recipient’s access to the report.
Congratulations, you now know how to export and share reports on Google Analytics! Use this guide to easily share valuable data with others and collaborate on website performance improvement.