OK, I know the new version of Analytics has been out forever - but all this time, I've been clicking back to the old version. Today I discover that option has been removed - so now I've got no option. And I'm totally lost.
The thing that really infuriates me is that I used to be able to see a list of my blogs with their traffic and percentage change up or down, all in one place. That's gone.
The two main things I look at in Analytics is traffic sources and keywords - after a bit of fiddling, I found them in the standard report, but they're all split up under different languages. Am I going to have to set up custom reporting for each individual blog?
The other thing I don't like is that there used to be a drop-down box at the top of the reports, where you could switch to another blog. There is still that option but it's a two-click process.
Since I can see a list of all my sites and their traffic and changes up and down, I think it's just moved or renamed and not gone. Try looking around under your performance stats.
For keywords, the %change and stuff like that I use webmaster tools and that's much better than Analytics and I've tried them both so that's my opinion. I use Analytics just for the daily trend of visitors and the live visits (real time) which is under Home
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