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Analytics Updates – GA Interface Improvements & More

23 February 2017 0 Min read Analytics & Data
A quick update on GA Interface Improvements Data studio, Google Surveys and more
 
 
 

Data Studio: New PostgreSQL Connector and DoubleClick

Google has launched two new connectors for Google Data Studio –  PostgreSQL in and DoubleClick Campaign Manager (DCM).

You will now be able to pull in data from PostgreSQL and DCM into Data Studio, and create instant dashboards.

Find the full articles here: PostgreSQL and DCM

 

googleAnalyticsR: V4 released

Google has announced that an update has been released to their googleAnalyticsR offering called “Google Analytics Reporting API V4”, which will allow the developers to extract more data from Google Analytics. There have been several unique features in this update, including pivot reports and multi-date requests.

Find all the features explained here

 

Google Analytics: User Interface Improvements

There have been several changes made to Google Analytics’ interface in late 2016, and Google says it is only the first part in series of improvements coming in the next few months.

Some of the improvements include simplified navigation, adjustable default date range and removal of two reports.

Check out the improvements made in first release here

 

360 Suite: Google Surveys Released

The latest major addition to the 360 Suite is Google Surveys 360 (previously called Google Consumer Surveys). It is a flexible and powerful tool that offers access to data and insights of what consumers are doing and thinking.

Find all the capabilities of Google Surveys 360 here

 

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