Google Analytics Version 5

 

Google Analytics LogoMost of you who read this site daily are very active Google Analytics users, so you probably already heard the news that Google Analytics is rolling out a new version - version five.

Google said they want the new version to make "it easier and faster to get to the data you want." Google also added a lot of new functionality to the Analytics package. Daniel Waisberg of Conversion Journey did a great job covering the changes at Search Engine Land.

Here is a screen shot of the new top bar from Daniel:

V 5 Google Analytics

Justin Cutroni posted a video walk-through of the new package.

I personally do not have access to the new interface, I am sure I'll get it as it rolls out but if you want to request earlier access, you can use this sign up form.

Forum discussion at Sphinn.

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Comments:

SEO Company

03/24/2011 02:56 pm

It looks a lot more platform orientated now. As opposed to web based. desktop bound perhaps?!

David

04/11/2011 08:53 pm

best part so far for me - being able to keep a custom report open and flip through multiple accounts to view the same metrics/ dimensions without starting back at the stupid dashboard everytime. Interface is still kind of buggy though, at least in Chrome. draggable modules drag sometimes, not others...and I miss seeing the mo.over mo. +-% ....

Paul Watson

09/07/2011 02:20 am

Will same day data be available in the new version - as it currently is in the old version?

Deepak K Rana

11/23/2011 03:07 pm

Great news, Looking forward for the update to happen to exisiting accounts.

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