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How do I connect my Google Analytics or Google Analytics 4 (GA4) account?
How do I connect my Google Analytics or Google Analytics 4 (GA4) account?
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Written by Clare Jolly
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Below are the steps to follow to connect your Google Analytics or Google Analytics (GA4) to Digivizer.

Firstly, do we support GA4?

Yes, we do have support for GA4 in Digivizer!

Digivizer immediately recognises that you have GA4 and adjusts to accepting the connection. The structure and measures of GA4 are quite different from previous Google Universal Analytics - we have captured all the important metrics.

Connecting your GA4 account

First, ensure you are logged into Google Analytics or GA4 on your desktop. We always recommend having your logins handy.

IMPORTANT: You must also ensure that the Google Account you are using to connect Google Analytics to Digivizer, is a User of Google Analytics with Administrator level access (Full control of Analytics).

If this is your first Google Analytics or GA4 account, you will see the button to connect on the Overview page. Simply click this to be taken to the Manage Connection page.

Alternatively, head to the ‘Manage Connections’ tab located under the cog in the top right of the Digivizer platform.

On the Manage Connection screen, scroll down until you see the ‘Google Analytics’ bar. Simply press the blue ‘connect’ button and follow the prompts!

Connecting GA4 to Digivizer

You'll see a screen similar to the one below. Here you should ensure you are logged in with the correct account (something your will be the default - you may wish to use your business account instead).

Connecting GA4 to Digivizer

Once you've pressed Allow, you'll return to the Digivizer platform. Here, press Connect to add the accounts and views you are interested in!

Connecting GA4 to Digivizer

Do you need more assistance?

If you need 1:1 support, please book a Digivizer Support Call with one of our dedicated experts.

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