My affiliate code is preceded by a "UA". Does that mean it was automatically upgraded? Do I need to do anything else before the Aug 20 deadline. This whole process is very confusing.
My understanding is that if your Analytics account has already been upgraded, then you will no longer see the button/option to upgrade when you are signed into your account on the Google Analytics site.
If you have UA in your code then it is universal Analytics
by Vicki L Hodges2 years ago
Can anyone explain the Google analytics update in layman's terms, such as in "Google Analytics Upgrade for Dummies"?
by Marina2 years ago
Hi Hubbers! Do you have a Google Analytics account associated with your HubPages account? If so, please be sure to check out today’s blog post which has instructions for how to upgrade your Google Analytics account to...
by Elayne2 years ago
Can you please tell me if I pushed the right buttons to get connected right?I received an email that said:You have been granted access to a Google Analytics accountI am still unsure and appreciate your help to make sure...
by Tammy Cornett4 years ago
My husband and I share a Google account. My traffic has been very slow for months, but this shows it as non-existent...I can't figure out what this means, and what I need to do to change it. It shows my...
by Lena Kovadlo2 years ago
I am trying to do a google analytics account upgrade... When I select the account hubpages.com and then the property http://hubpages.com I don't see any link that says Universal "Analytics Upgrade" Am I doing...
by Marina2 years ago
Hi everyone! I have a quick announcement about the Universal Analytics upgrade that should hopefully clear up any remaining confusion. As lobobrandon pointed out, Google started auto transferring users to UA sooner than...
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