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Lucy Griffiths

GA Notes for Google Analytics

4th Nov 2008 Analytics Less than a minute to read

Google Analytics Notes is a really great Firefox extension from EpikOne.

As we all know a website is never truly finished and is constantly undergoing further development and changes. Do you wish there was a way you could keep a record of this and at the same time cross reference this with your website traffic. Well now you can thanks to GA Notes.

Install the Firefox extension and follow the instructions which can be found at:

http://www.epikone.com/blog/2008/10/28/adding-business-data-to-google-analytics-data/

Next time you log into your Google Analytics account and view a profile you will see Show Notes. You can then leave business data in your Analytics account like new design launched or added 3 new sales pages. The notes can then be found on every report at the top stored in a concealable table.

Anyone who has access to the Analytics account and has the Firefox extension installed can see the notes.

Great for building up a history of your site’s development, plus the whole team can stay up to date with the latest amendments to your website.

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