Note

At the moment, there are two types of Google Analytics properties that differ in the format of their IDs:

  • Google Analytics 4 (Measurement ID: G-XXXXXXX) – recommended

  • Universal Analytics (Tracking ID: UA-XXXXXX-X)

For now, Zyro supports both of them, but we highly recommend using the Measurement ID (G-XXXXXXX), as the other one is going to be deprecated soon. Learn more 💡

In this article, you will learn about:

How to connect Google Analytics to your website

1. Within the editor, open your website's integrations settings and find the Google Analytics field.

2. Insert your Google Analytics Measurement ID there.

3. Save the changes and update your website. You should receive the first reports in 24 hours! 🎉🎉🎉🎉

How to find your Measurement ID (recommended)

1. Open your Google Analytics account and open the Admin section in the bottom left.

2. From the Property column, select your property (it shouldn't have the UA-ID).

3. Click on the Data Streams option.

4. Then, click on your website's data stream, and you'll see its Measurement ID (G-XXXXXXX).

How to find your Tracking ID

1. Open your Google Analytics account and open the Admin section in the bottom left.

2. From the Property column, select your property – you should see the UA-ID right away. You can find the same Tracking ID by going to Tracking info → Tracking code.

How to create a new Google Analytics property

1. In your Google Analytics account, open the Admin section in the bottom left, and click Create property.

2. Provide necessary details: property name, time zone, currency.

3. Click Next.

4. Fill in your Business information and click Create.

5. For a platform to collect data from, select Web.

6. Insert your domain name and the name of your web stream. Customize the settings if needed and click Create stream.

7. You will see the Measurement ID on the right.

Note: Once you have inserted the ID in the integration settings, save the changes and update your website. You should receive the first reports in 24 hours.


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