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Adding a User to Google Analytics

James Miodonski


Step by step guide to adding a user to your existing Google Analytics account to allow them to view your data.

These instructions refer to the new version of Google Analytics.


Log into your Google Analytics account ( and find your website’s profile.

From here, click the Settings icon (shaped like a cog, see below)

Adding User to New Google Analytics


Now click on ‘Users’ (see below)


Now click ‘+ New User’ (see below)


On the next screen, add the following details:

 1- Email address: [email protected]

2 – Role: User or Administrator (depending on the level of access you wish to grant)

3 – Click ‘Create User’


Note – you can remove a user’s access to your analytics account at any time by removing them from this same screen.

Need some help with Google Analytics?

Get in touchwe’ll be happy to help.


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