OK, I signed up for Google Analytics and ended up on a page with a bunch of HTML code. Do I have to paste this into every hub? How do I do that? Where does it go? Is there a way to just go back retroactively and apply it to all the hubs I've already written?
I think at the moment I've only applied it to my profile page, which is the one page I don't really care about tracking.
See this Caspar Hub
plenty of info there
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