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Part Two ... or How do I see what's going on?
Hey there! Thanks for checking out my blog. This is the second installment. For part 1, check out Journey Through Google Analytics: Part 1. If you were looking for the setup instructions check out How to Set Up Google Analytics for Canvas by Jeremy Perkins.
- The name is now abbreviated to "JtGA" - It gets long in links and I wanted more space for the subtitle.
- I've realized just how many iterations my main dashboard is going to go through. At the bottom of this post will be whatever my latest dashboard looks like, and a link to the template.
So after going through all the trouble of setting everything up, and painstakingly waiting the 15 minutes it takes to start seeing anything, I wanted to know what was going on right now. How many people are on Canvas? Who are they? What are they doing? I needed something that looked like this:
I started answering these questions by creating a dashboard and adding widgets. There's probably a perfect dashboard. I like the one above. But this could also be one of those things I never stop fiddling around with and it's actually pretty easy to do.
Create your own dashboard
I didn't find the "Starter" dashboard very helpful
The real-time widgets are the most immediately satisfying.
Ok, I'll let you play now. I've got to do some homework and I've got my next blog post on Custom Reports rolling around in my head.
Adam's Latest Dashboard
Since my dashboard keeps evolving, and I was needing to leave comments everywhere, I thought I could just use this space to keep the latest version.
Click here to install this template - Updated 4/13/2017 for Privacy & TOS