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                                    Google Analytics

                                    What’s the big idea?

                                    Google Analytics is a product offered by Google that helps track and report website traffic. Organizations that use Google Analytics are interested in learning more about the online behavior of their customers or other visitors. This information can help organizations identify how well they are reaching their goals, as well as what improvements they might want to make.

                                    If you’re interested, you can set up a Google Analytics account.

                                    If you already have a Google Analytics account and you want to connect it to your surveys, you’re in the right place!

                                    Getting Connected

                                    Once you have set up a Google Analytics account and added a Public URL for tracking, Google will provide a tracking ID. You can use this ID in connection with your SoGoSurvey account for added tracking and insights.

                                    1. Once you have the tracking number, go to Google Analytics section under the Utilities tab.
                                    2. Enter the tracking number in the text box available in Google Analytics page.
                                    3. Once you click Save (toward the footer section of the page), data of who is accessing your survey will be sent back to your Google account.