As subject title. It stopped working about 2 days ago for a few hours, then started up again.
As of an hour ago, it's been on the fritz. Does anyone know if Analytics is down for maintenance or something?
I'm still having trouble accessing it. I can't understand why either.
Okay, for some reason, Analytics is not working on Firefox, at least for me. Now I'm really confused. It works just fine on IE (albeit really slowly).
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