New Design & Features Coming to Google Analytics?


Google Analytics New?I got word from a Matt (also a RustyBricker) who also runs Ask A Geek, that Google Analytics has a new front page design, at least slightly.

If you go to Google Analytics you may notice thew new favicon in the URL, which looks like the logo at the top right of this article. You may also notice that in the middle of the page, it says, "The New Google Analytics," adding "Google Analytics has been re-designed to help you learn even more about where your visitors come from and how they interact with your site." Here is a picture:

Google Analytics New?

Currently, no one sees the new redesign in Google Analytics. We only see the text on the home page that there is a redesign.

There is forum discussion at DigitalPoint Forums and Google Blogoscoped Forums with discussion around this topic. Again, no one sees any redesigned features within Google Analytics. They only see the mention of a new design at the Google Analytics homepage.

So maybe we can expect a redesign soon?

Forum discussion at DigitalPoint Forums and Google Blogoscoped Forums.

Update: The Google Analytics Blog posted at 4:30pm (EST), Streamlined Login to Google Analytics. Basically, they redesigned the login area.

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08/12/2008 04:23 pm

The current design is the redesign. Have a look at the cache of the Analytics main page; it also said it has been redesigned. Only some small changes have been made, like the text and a new icon.


08/12/2008 07:42 pm

Not only the favicon, the way how we access the login is quite different. check the comparision of old and new Google Analytics home page, Pratheep


08/12/2008 10:48 pm

I always access it using this URL:


08/13/2008 11:42 am

G.A. is a great tool while we are trying to figure out when and where to focus more ad dollars.It is by far the best program we have run into yet.


08/13/2008 02:25 pm

That's interesting. I haven't realized such an announcement before. And i just checked mine a min ago, there was no difference.

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