I'm wanting to add my few hubs to Webmaster Tools, which I use with my personal websites, but apparently it's necessary to have hubs in Google Analytics first. (Or is there some other way?) Going to my report settings, I see that I already have an affiliate code for GA with an "active" status. I vaguely remember doing that eons ago.
But when I click on reports, the only thing that comes up in the sign up page for GA. There are no reports, and I don't see a link on that page for going to active properties.
Can someone help me out here? Thanks.
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