This article is about Google Analytics 4 properties. Refer to the Universal Analytics section if you're still using a Universal Analytics property, which will stop processing data on July 1, 2023 (July 1, 2024 for Analytics 360 properties).

[GA4] Set up Analytics for a CMS-hosted website

This article is for anyone who wants to set up Google Analytics 4 for a CMS-hosted (Content Management System) website. For example, a website created using Wix, WordPress, Drupal, Squarespace, GoDaddy, WooCommerce, Shopify, Magento, Awesome Motive, HubSpot, etc.

Which platforms accept a Google tag ID?

The following table indicates which platforms currently provide native support for Google Analytics 4. If you are using one of these platforms for your website, you can simply provide your Google tag ID (which usually starts with a "G-" ) to set up Analytics. If your platform does not support a "G-" ID, you'll need to paste the Google tag (gtag.js) snippet manually into your platform's custom HTML field, as described below.

Platform name Supports "G-" ID
Awesome Motive Yes
Blogger Yes
Drupal Yes
Duda Yes
GoDaddy Yes
Google Sites Yes
HubSpot Yes
Magento Yes
One.com Yes
RebelMouse Yes
Shopify Yes
Site Kit (WordPress plugin) Yes
Squarespace Yes
TYPO3 Yes
Wix Yes
WooCommerce Yes
WordPress.com Yes
Cart.com No
PrestaShop No
Salesforce (Demandware) No
VTEX No
Weebly No

What if my platform only accepts a "UA-" ID?

If your platform does not provide native support for Google Analytics 4, we recommend that you:

  1. Use your website builder's/CMS's custom HTML feature to tag your site. Follow the instructions for your platform, below. Do not simply paste your "G-" ID into the field that your CMS-Analytics integration provides.
  2. Contact your CMS’s technical support indicating that you would like the platform to support Google Analytics 4 properties through Google’s modern Google tag (you may wish to include a link to our developer documentation). Although you're able to set up your site by pasting the Google tag (gtag.js) snippet manually into your platform's custom HTML field, it's better if your platform provides native support and accepts a "G-" ID. Native support ensures that you get the benefits of any Analytics related improvements that your platform may provide in the future.

Instructions for each platform

Awesome Motive (MonsterInsights & ExactMetrics)

Create an Analytics account

Your first step is to set up an Analytics account, unless you already have one. Skip to creating a property unless you want to create a separate account for this website and/or app. For example, you might want to create another account if this website and/or app belong(s) to a separate business.

  1. In Admin, in the Account column, click Create Account.
  2. Provide an account name. Configure the data-sharing settings to control which data you share with Google.
  3. Click Next to add the first property to the account.

Create a Google Analytics 4 property

You need the Editor role to add properties to a Google Analytics account. If you created this account, you automatically have Edit permission.

To create a property:

  1. Are you continuing from "Create an Analytics account", above? If so, skip to step 2.  Otherwise,
    • In Admin, look at the Account column to make sure that you've selected the right account. Then, in the Property column, click Create Property.
  2. Enter a name for the property and select the reporting time zone and currency. Time zone determines the day boundary for your reports regardless of where the data originates.
    • If you choose a time zone that honors Daylight Savings Time, Analytics automatically adjusts for time changes. Use Greenwich Mean Time if you don't want to adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
    • Changing the time zone only affects data going forward. If you change the time zone for an existing property, you may see a flat spot or a spike in your data, caused by the time shift forwards or backwards, respectively. Report data may refer to the old time zone for a short period after you update your settings, until Analytics servers have processed the change.
  3. Click Next. Select your industry category and business size.
  4. Click Next. Select how you intend to use Google Analytics.
    Note: Google Analytics tailors the set of default reports based on the information you provide about how you intend to use Analytics. For example, if you choose "Generate more leads," you will see a collection of reports to help you measure lead generation. Learn more
  5. Click Create and (if you are setting up a new account) accept the Analytics Terms of Service and the Data Processing Amendment.
  6. Continue to Add a data stream to start collecting data.

Add a data stream

  1. Click Web.
  2. Enter the URL of your primary website, e.g., "example.com", and a Stream name, e.g. "Example, Inc. (web stream)".
  3. You have the option to enable or disable enhanced measurement. Enhanced measurement automatically collects page views and other events. Once the data stream has been created, you can always go back and individually disable the enhanced measurement events you don’t want to collect. So, we recommend that you enable enhanced measurement now.
  4. Click Create stream.

Set up data collection

Paste your "G-" ID into the Google Analytics field that Awesome (MonsterInsights & ExactMetrics) provides (instructions). To find your "G-" ID, click Configure tag settings on your Web stream details page.
Measurement ID in the Web stream details pane

It may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to start. You can then use the Realtime report to verify that you're receiving data.

Blogger

Create an Analytics account

Your first step is to set up an Analytics account, unless you already have one. Skip to creating a property unless you want to create a separate account for this website and/or app. For example, you might want to create another account if this website and/or app belong(s) to a separate business.

  1. In Admin, in the Account column, click Create Account.
  2. Provide an account name. Configure the data-sharing settings to control which data you share with Google.
  3. Click Next to add the first property to the account.

Create a Google Analytics 4 property

You need the Editor role to add properties to a Google Analytics account. If you created this account, you automatically have Edit permission.

To create a property:

  1. Are you continuing from "Create an Analytics account", above? If so, skip to step 2.  Otherwise,
    • In Admin, look at the Account column to make sure that you've selected the right account. Then, in the Property column, click Create Property.
  2. Enter a name for the property and select the reporting time zone and currency. Time zone determines the day boundary for your reports regardless of where the data originates.
    • If you choose a time zone that honors Daylight Savings Time, Analytics automatically adjusts for time changes. Use Greenwich Mean Time if you don't want to adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
    • Changing the time zone only affects data going forward. If you change the time zone for an existing property, you may see a flat spot or a spike in your data, caused by the time shift forwards or backwards, respectively. Report data may refer to the old time zone for a short period after you update your settings, until Analytics servers have processed the change.
  3. Click Next. Select your industry category and business size.
  4. Click Next. Select how you intend to use Google Analytics.
    Note: Google Analytics tailors the set of default reports based on the information you provide about how you intend to use Analytics. For example, if you choose "Generate more leads," you will see a collection of reports to help you measure lead generation. Learn more
  5. Click Create and (if you are setting up a new account) accept the Analytics Terms of Service and the Data Processing Amendment.
  6. Continue to Add a data stream to start collecting data.

Add a data stream

  1. Click Web.
  2. Enter the URL of your primary website, e.g., "example.com", and a Stream name, e.g. "Example, Inc. (web stream)".
  3. You have the option to enable or disable enhanced measurement. Enhanced measurement automatically collects page views and other events. Once the data stream has been created, you can always go back and individually disable the enhanced measurement events you don’t want to collect. So, we recommend that you enable enhanced measurement now.
  4. Click Create stream.

Set up data collection

Paste your "G-" ID into the Google Analytics field that Blogger provides (instructions). To find your "G-" ID, click Configure tag settings on your Web stream details page.
Measurement ID in the Web stream details pane

It may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to start. You can then use the Realtime report to verify that you're receiving data.

Drupal

Create an Analytics account

Your first step is to set up an Analytics account, unless you already have one. Skip to creating a property unless you want to create a separate account for this website and/or app. For example, you might want to create another account if this website and/or app belong(s) to a separate business.

  1. In Admin, in the Account column, click Create Account.
  2. Provide an account name. Configure the data-sharing settings to control which data you share with Google.
  3. Click Next to add the first property to the account.

Create a Google Analytics 4 property

You need the Editor role to add properties to a Google Analytics account. If you created this account, you automatically have Edit permission.

To create a property:

  1. Are you continuing from "Create an Analytics account", above? If so, skip to step 2.  Otherwise,
    • In Admin, look at the Account column to make sure that you've selected the right account. Then, in the Property column, click Create Property.
  2. Enter a name for the property and select the reporting time zone and currency. Time zone determines the day boundary for your reports regardless of where the data originates.
    • If you choose a time zone that honors Daylight Savings Time, Analytics automatically adjusts for time changes. Use Greenwich Mean Time if you don't want to adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
    • Changing the time zone only affects data going forward. If you change the time zone for an existing property, you may see a flat spot or a spike in your data, caused by the time shift forwards or backwards, respectively. Report data may refer to the old time zone for a short period after you update your settings, until Analytics servers have processed the change.
  3. Click Next. Select your industry category and business size.
  4. Click Next. Select how you intend to use Google Analytics.
    Note: Google Analytics tailors the set of default reports based on the information you provide about how you intend to use Analytics. For example, if you choose "Generate more leads," you will see a collection of reports to help you measure lead generation. Learn more
  5. Click Create and (if you are setting up a new account) accept the Analytics Terms of Service and the Data Processing Amendment.
  6. Continue to Add a data stream to start collecting data.

Add a data stream

  1. Click Web.
  2. Enter the URL of your primary website, e.g., "example.com", and a Stream name, e.g. "Example, Inc. (web stream)".
  3. You have the option to enable or disable enhanced measurement. Enhanced measurement automatically collects page views and other events. Once the data stream has been created, you can always go back and individually disable the enhanced measurement events you don’t want to collect. So, we recommend that you enable enhanced measurement now.
  4. Click Create stream.

Set up data collection

Paste your "G-" ID into the Google Analytics field that Drupal provides (instructions). To find your "G-" ID, click Configure tag settings on your Web stream details page.
Measurement ID in the Web stream details pane

It may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to start. You can then use the Realtime report to verify that you're receiving data.

Duda

Create an Analytics account

Your first step is to set up an Analytics account, unless you already have one. Skip to creating a property unless you want to create a separate account for this website and/or app. For example, you might want to create another account if this website and/or app belong(s) to a separate business.

  1. In Admin, in the Account column, click Create Account.
  2. Provide an account name. Configure the data-sharing settings to control which data you share with Google.
  3. Click Next to add the first property to the account.

Create a Google Analytics 4 property

You need the Editor role to add properties to a Google Analytics account. If you created this account, you automatically have Edit permission.

To create a property:

  1. Are you continuing from "Create an Analytics account", above? If so, skip to step 2.  Otherwise,
    • In Admin, look at the Account column to make sure that you've selected the right account. Then, in the Property column, click Create Property.
  2. Enter a name for the property and select the reporting time zone and currency. Time zone determines the day boundary for your reports regardless of where the data originates.
    • If you choose a time zone that honors Daylight Savings Time, Analytics automatically adjusts for time changes. Use Greenwich Mean Time if you don't want to adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
    • Changing the time zone only affects data going forward. If you change the time zone for an existing property, you may see a flat spot or a spike in your data, caused by the time shift forwards or backwards, respectively. Report data may refer to the old time zone for a short period after you update your settings, until Analytics servers have processed the change.
  3. Click Next. Select your industry category and business size.
  4. Click Next. Select how you intend to use Google Analytics.
    Note: Google Analytics tailors the set of default reports based on the information you provide about how you intend to use Analytics. For example, if you choose "Generate more leads," you will see a collection of reports to help you measure lead generation. Learn more
  5. Click Create and (if you are setting up a new account) accept the Analytics Terms of Service and the Data Processing Amendment.
  6. Continue to Add a data stream to start collecting data.

Add a data stream

  1. Click Web.
  2. Enter the URL of your primary website, e.g., "example.com", and a Stream name, e.g. "Example, Inc. (web stream)".
  3. You have the option to enable or disable enhanced measurement. Enhanced measurement automatically collects page views and other events. Once the data stream has been created, you can always go back and individually disable the enhanced measurement events you don’t want to collect. So, we recommend that you enable enhanced measurement now.
  4. Click Create stream.

Set up data collection

Paste your "G-" ID into the Google Analytics field that Duda provides (instructions). To find your "G-" ID, click Configure tag settings on your Web stream details page.
Measurement ID in the Web stream details pane

It may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to start. You can then use the Realtime report to verify that you're receiving data.

GoDaddy

Create an Analytics account

Your first step is to set up an Analytics account, unless you already have one. Skip to creating a property unless you want to create a separate account for this website and/or app. For example, you might want to create another account if this website and/or app belong(s) to a separate business.

  1. In Admin, in the Account column, click Create Account.
  2. Provide an account name. Configure the data-sharing settings to control which data you share with Google.
  3. Click Next to add the first property to the account.

Create a Google Analytics 4 property

You need the Editor role to add properties to a Google Analytics account. If you created this account, you automatically have Edit permission.

To create a property:

  1. Are you continuing from "Create an Analytics account", above? If so, skip to step 2.  Otherwise,
    • In Admin, look at the Account column to make sure that you've selected the right account. Then, in the Property column, click Create Property.
  2. Enter a name for the property and select the reporting time zone and currency. Time zone determines the day boundary for your reports regardless of where the data originates.
    • If you choose a time zone that honors Daylight Savings Time, Analytics automatically adjusts for time changes. Use Greenwich Mean Time if you don't want to adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
    • Changing the time zone only affects data going forward. If you change the time zone for an existing property, you may see a flat spot or a spike in your data, caused by the time shift forwards or backwards, respectively. Report data may refer to the old time zone for a short period after you update your settings, until Analytics servers have processed the change.
  3. Click Next. Select your industry category and business size.
  4. Click Next. Select how you intend to use Google Analytics.
    Note: Google Analytics tailors the set of default reports based on the information you provide about how you intend to use Analytics. For example, if you choose "Generate more leads," you will see a collection of reports to help you measure lead generation. Learn more
  5. Click Create and (if you are setting up a new account) accept the Analytics Terms of Service and the Data Processing Amendment.
  6. Continue to Add a data stream to start collecting data.

Add a data stream

  1. Click Web.
  2. Enter the URL of your primary website, e.g., "example.com", and a Stream name, e.g. "Example, Inc. (web stream)".
  3. You have the option to enable or disable enhanced measurement. Enhanced measurement automatically collects page views and other events. Once the data stream has been created, you can always go back and individually disable the enhanced measurement events you don’t want to collect. So, we recommend that you enable enhanced measurement now.
  4. Click Create stream.

Set up data collection

Paste your "G-" ID into the Google Analytics field that GoDaddy provides (instructions). To find your "G-" ID, click Configure tag settings on your Web stream details page.
Measurement ID in the Web stream details pane

It may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to start. You can then use the Realtime report to verify that you're receiving data.

Google Sites

Create an Analytics account

Your first step is to set up an Analytics account, unless you already have one. Skip to creating a property unless you want to create a separate account for this website and/or app. For example, you might want to create another account if this website and/or app belong(s) to a separate business.

  1. In Admin, in the Account column, click Create Account.
  2. Provide an account name. Configure the data-sharing settings to control which data you share with Google.
  3. Click Next to add the first property to the account.

Create a Google Analytics 4 property

You need the Editor role to add properties to a Google Analytics account. If you created this account, you automatically have Edit permission.

To create a property:

  1. Are you continuing from "Create an Analytics account", above? If so, skip to step 2.  Otherwise,
    • In Admin, look at the Account column to make sure that you've selected the right account. Then, in the Property column, click Create Property.
  2. Enter a name for the property and select the reporting time zone and currency. Time zone determines the day boundary for your reports regardless of where the data originates.
    • If you choose a time zone that honors Daylight Savings Time, Analytics automatically adjusts for time changes. Use Greenwich Mean Time if you don't want to adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
    • Changing the time zone only affects data going forward. If you change the time zone for an existing property, you may see a flat spot or a spike in your data, caused by the time shift forwards or backwards, respectively. Report data may refer to the old time zone for a short period after you update your settings, until Analytics servers have processed the change.
  3. Click Next. Select your industry category and business size.
  4. Click Next. Select how you intend to use Google Analytics.
    Note: Google Analytics tailors the set of default reports based on the information you provide about how you intend to use Analytics. For example, if you choose "Generate more leads," you will see a collection of reports to help you measure lead generation. Learn more
  5. Click Create and (if you are setting up a new account) accept the Analytics Terms of Service and the Data Processing Amendment.
  6. Continue to Add a data stream to start collecting data.

Add a data stream

  1. Click Web.
  2. Enter the URL of your primary website, e.g., "example.com", and a Stream name, e.g. "Example, Inc. (web stream)".
  3. You have the option to enable or disable enhanced measurement. Enhanced measurement automatically collects page views and other events. Once the data stream has been created, you can always go back and individually disable the enhanced measurement events you don’t want to collect. So, we recommend that you enable enhanced measurement now.
  4. Click Create stream.

Set up data collection

Paste your "G-" ID into the Google Analytics field that Sites provides (instructions). To find your "G-" ID, click Configure tag settings on your Web stream details page.
Measurement ID in the Web stream details pane

It may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to start. You can then use the Realtime report to verify that you're receiving data.

HubSpot

Create an Analytics account

Your first step is to set up an Analytics account, unless you already have one. Skip to creating a property unless you want to create a separate account for this website and/or app. For example, you might want to create another account if this website and/or app belong(s) to a separate business.

  1. In Admin, in the Account column, click Create Account.
  2. Provide an account name. Configure the data-sharing settings to control which data you share with Google.
  3. Click Next to add the first property to the account.

Create a Google Analytics 4 property

You need the Editor role to add properties to a Google Analytics account. If you created this account, you automatically have Edit permission.

To create a property:

  1. Are you continuing from "Create an Analytics account", above? If so, skip to step 2.  Otherwise,
    • In Admin, look at the Account column to make sure that you've selected the right account. Then, in the Property column, click Create Property.
  2. Enter a name for the property and select the reporting time zone and currency. Time zone determines the day boundary for your reports regardless of where the data originates.
    • If you choose a time zone that honors Daylight Savings Time, Analytics automatically adjusts for time changes. Use Greenwich Mean Time if you don't want to adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
    • Changing the time zone only affects data going forward. If you change the time zone for an existing property, you may see a flat spot or a spike in your data, caused by the time shift forwards or backwards, respectively. Report data may refer to the old time zone for a short period after you update your settings, until Analytics servers have processed the change.
  3. Click Next. Select your industry category and business size.
  4. Click Next. Select how you intend to use Google Analytics.
    Note: Google Analytics tailors the set of default reports based on the information you provide about how you intend to use Analytics. For example, if you choose "Generate more leads," you will see a collection of reports to help you measure lead generation. Learn more
  5. Click Create and (if you are setting up a new account) accept the Analytics Terms of Service and the Data Processing Amendment.
  6. Continue to Add a data stream to start collecting data.

Add a data stream

  1. Click Web.
  2. Enter the URL of your primary website, e.g., "example.com", and a Stream name, e.g. "Example, Inc. (web stream)".
  3. You have the option to enable or disable enhanced measurement. Enhanced measurement automatically collects page views and other events. Once the data stream has been created, you can always go back and individually disable the enhanced measurement events you don’t want to collect. So, we recommend that you enable enhanced measurement now.
  4. Click Create stream.

Set up data collection

Paste your "G-" ID into the Google Analytics field that HubSpot provides (HubSpot instructions). To find your "G-" ID, click Configure tag settings on your Web stream details page.
Measurement ID in the Web stream details pane

It may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to start. You can then use the Realtime report to verify that you're receiving data.

Magento

Create an Analytics account

Your first step is to set up an Analytics account, unless you already have one. Skip to creating a property unless you want to create a separate account for this website and/or app. For example, you might want to create another account if this website and/or app belong(s) to a separate business.

  1. In Admin, in the Account column, click Create Account.
  2. Provide an account name. Configure the data-sharing settings to control which data you share with Google.
  3. Click Next to add the first property to the account.

Create a Google Analytics 4 property

You need the Editor role to add properties to a Google Analytics account. If you created this account, you automatically have Edit permission.

To create a property:

  1. Are you continuing from "Create an Analytics account", above? If so, skip to step 2.  Otherwise,
    • In Admin, look at the Account column to make sure that you've selected the right account. Then, in the Property column, click Create Property.
  2. Enter a name for the property and select the reporting time zone and currency. Time zone determines the day boundary for your reports regardless of where the data originates.
    • If you choose a time zone that honors Daylight Savings Time, Analytics automatically adjusts for time changes. Use Greenwich Mean Time if you don't want to adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
    • Changing the time zone only affects data going forward. If you change the time zone for an existing property, you may see a flat spot or a spike in your data, caused by the time shift forwards or backwards, respectively. Report data may refer to the old time zone for a short period after you update your settings, until Analytics servers have processed the change.
  3. Click Next. Select your industry category and business size.
  4. Click Next. Select how you intend to use Google Analytics.
    Note: Google Analytics tailors the set of default reports based on the information you provide about how you intend to use Analytics. For example, if you choose "Generate more leads," you will see a collection of reports to help you measure lead generation. Learn more
  5. Click Create and (if you are setting up a new account) accept the Analytics Terms of Service and the Data Processing Amendment.
  6. Continue to Add a data stream to start collecting data.

Add a data stream

  1. Click Web.
  2. Enter the URL of your primary website, e.g., "example.com", and a Stream name, e.g. "Example, Inc. (web stream)".
  3. You have the option to enable or disable enhanced measurement. Enhanced measurement automatically collects page views and other events. Once the data stream has been created, you can always go back and individually disable the enhanced measurement events you don’t want to collect. So, we recommend that you enable enhanced measurement now.
  4. Click Create stream.

Set up data collection

Paste your "G-" ID into the Google Analytics field that Magento provides (Magento instructions). To find your "G-" ID, click Configure tag settings on your Web stream details page.
Measurement ID in the Web stream details pane

It may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to start. You can then use the Realtime report to verify that you're receiving data.

One.com

Create an Analytics account

Your first step is to set up an Analytics account, unless you already have one. Skip to creating a property unless you want to create a separate account for this website and/or app. For example, you might want to create another account if this website and/or app belong(s) to a separate business.

  1. In Admin, in the Account column, click Create Account.
  2. Provide an account name. Configure the data-sharing settings to control which data you share with Google.
  3. Click Next to add the first property to the account.

Create a Google Analytics 4 property

You need the Editor role to add properties to a Google Analytics account. If you created this account, you automatically have Edit permission.

To create a property:

  1. Are you continuing from "Create an Analytics account", above? If so, skip to step 2.  Otherwise,
    • In Admin, look at the Account column to make sure that you've selected the right account. Then, in the Property column, click Create Property.
  2. Enter a name for the property and select the reporting time zone and currency. Time zone determines the day boundary for your reports regardless of where the data originates.
    • If you choose a time zone that honors Daylight Savings Time, Analytics automatically adjusts for time changes. Use Greenwich Mean Time if you don't want to adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
    • Changing the time zone only affects data going forward. If you change the time zone for an existing property, you may see a flat spot or a spike in your data, caused by the time shift forwards or backwards, respectively. Report data may refer to the old time zone for a short period after you update your settings, until Analytics servers have processed the change.
  3. Click Next. Select your industry category and business size.
  4. Click Next. Select how you intend to use Google Analytics.
    Note: Google Analytics tailors the set of default reports based on the information you provide about how you intend to use Analytics. For example, if you choose "Generate more leads," you will see a collection of reports to help you measure lead generation. Learn more
  5. Click Create and (if you are setting up a new account) accept the Analytics Terms of Service and the Data Processing Amendment.
  6. Continue to Add a data stream to start collecting data.

Add a data stream

  1. Click Web.
  2. Enter the URL of your primary website, e.g., "example.com", and a Stream name, e.g. "Example, Inc. (web stream)".
  3. You have the option to enable or disable enhanced measurement. Enhanced measurement automatically collects page views and other events. Once the data stream has been created, you can always go back and individually disable the enhanced measurement events you don’t want to collect. So, we recommend that you enable enhanced measurement now.
  4. Click Create stream.

Set up data collection

Paste your "G-" ID into the Google Analytics field that One.com provides (One.com instructions). To find your "G-" ID, click Configure tag settings on your Web stream details page.
Measurement ID in the Web stream details pane

It may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to start. You can then use the Realtime report to verify that you're receiving data.

RebelMouse

Create an Analytics account

Your first step is to set up an Analytics account, unless you already have one. Skip to creating a property unless you want to create a separate account for this website and/or app. For example, you might want to create another account if this website and/or app belong(s) to a separate business.

  1. In Admin, in the Account column, click Create Account.
  2. Provide an account name. Configure the data-sharing settings to control which data you share with Google.
  3. Click Next to add the first property to the account.

Create a Google Analytics 4 property

You need the Editor role to add properties to a Google Analytics account. If you created this account, you automatically have Edit permission.

To create a property:

  1. Are you continuing from "Create an Analytics account", above? If so, skip to step 2.  Otherwise,
    • In Admin, look at the Account column to make sure that you've selected the right account. Then, in the Property column, click Create Property.
  2. Enter a name for the property and select the reporting time zone and currency. Time zone determines the day boundary for your reports regardless of where the data originates.
    • If you choose a time zone that honors Daylight Savings Time, Analytics automatically adjusts for time changes. Use Greenwich Mean Time if you don't want to adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
    • Changing the time zone only affects data going forward. If you change the time zone for an existing property, you may see a flat spot or a spike in your data, caused by the time shift forwards or backwards, respectively. Report data may refer to the old time zone for a short period after you update your settings, until Analytics servers have processed the change.
  3. Click Next. Select your industry category and business size.
  4. Click Next. Select how you intend to use Google Analytics.
    Note: Google Analytics tailors the set of default reports based on the information you provide about how you intend to use Analytics. For example, if you choose "Generate more leads," you will see a collection of reports to help you measure lead generation. Learn more
  5. Click Create and (if you are setting up a new account) accept the Analytics Terms of Service and the Data Processing Amendment.
  6. Continue to Add a data stream to start collecting data.

Add a data stream

  1. Click Web.
  2. Enter the URL of your primary website, e.g., "example.com", and a Stream name, e.g. "Example, Inc. (web stream)".
  3. You have the option to enable or disable enhanced measurement. Enhanced measurement automatically collects page views and other events. Once the data stream has been created, you can always go back and individually disable the enhanced measurement events you don’t want to collect. So, we recommend that you enable enhanced measurement now.
  4. Click Create stream.

Set up data collection

Paste your "G-" ID into the Google Analytics field that RebelMouse provides (RebelMouse instructions). To find your "G-" ID, click Configure tag settings on your Web stream details page.
Measurement ID in the Web stream details pane

It may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to start. You can then use the Realtime report to verify that you're receiving data.

Shopify

Create an Analytics account

Your first step is to set up an Analytics account, unless you already have one. Skip to creating a property unless you want to create a separate account for this website and/or app. For example, you might want to create another account if this website and/or app belong(s) to a separate business.

  1. In Admin, in the Account column, click Create Account.
  2. Provide an account name. Configure the data-sharing settings to control which data you share with Google.
  3. Click Next to add the first property to the account.

Create a Google Analytics 4 property

You need the Editor role to add properties to a Google Analytics account. If you created this account, you automatically have Edit permission.

To create a property:

  1. Are you continuing from "Create an Analytics account", above? If so, skip to step 2.  Otherwise,
    • In Admin, look at the Account column to make sure that you've selected the right account. Then, in the Property column, click Create Property.
  2. Enter a name for the property and select the reporting time zone and currency. Time zone determines the day boundary for your reports regardless of where the data originates.
    • If you choose a time zone that honors Daylight Savings Time, Analytics automatically adjusts for time changes. Use Greenwich Mean Time if you don't want to adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
    • Changing the time zone only affects data going forward. If you change the time zone for an existing property, you may see a flat spot or a spike in your data, caused by the time shift forwards or backwards, respectively. Report data may refer to the old time zone for a short period after you update your settings, until Analytics servers have processed the change.
  3. Click Next. Select your industry category and business size.
  4. Click Next. Select how you intend to use Google Analytics.
    Note: Google Analytics tailors the set of default reports based on the information you provide about how you intend to use Analytics. For example, if you choose "Generate more leads," you will see a collection of reports to help you measure lead generation. Learn more
  5. Click Create and (if you are setting up a new account) accept the Analytics Terms of Service and the Data Processing Amendment.
  6. Continue to Add a data stream to start collecting data.

Add a data stream

  1. Click Web.
  2. Enter the URL of your primary website, e.g., "example.com", and a Stream name, e.g. "Example, Inc. (web stream)".
  3. You have the option to enable or disable enhanced measurement. Enhanced measurement automatically collects page views and other events. Once the data stream has been created, you can always go back and individually disable the enhanced measurement events you don’t want to collect. So, we recommend that you enable enhanced measurement now.
  4. Click Create stream.

Set up data collection

Paste your "G-" ID into the Google Analytics field that Shopify provides (instructions). To find your "G-" ID, click Configure tag settings on your Web stream details page.

Measurement ID in the Web stream details pane

It may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to start. You can then use the Realtime report to verify that you're receiving data.

Site Kit(WordPress plugin)

When you use Site Kit, the GA4 account, property, and web data stream, along with data collection are all established during the Site Kit setup procedure. Follow these instructions.

Squarespace

Create an Analytics account

Your first step is to set up an Analytics account, unless you already have one. Skip to creating a property unless you want to create a separate account for this website and/or app. For example, you might want to create another account if this website and/or app belong(s) to a separate business.

  1. In Admin, in the Account column, click Create Account.
  2. Provide an account name. Configure the data-sharing settings to control which data you share with Google.
  3. Click Next to add the first property to the account.

Create a Google Analytics 4 property

You need the Editor role to add properties to a Google Analytics account. If you created this account, you automatically have Edit permission.

To create a property:

  1. Are you continuing from "Create an Analytics account", above? If so, skip to step 2.  Otherwise,
    • In Admin, look at the Account column to make sure that you've selected the right account. Then, in the Property column, click Create Property.
  2. Enter a name for the property and select the reporting time zone and currency. Time zone determines the day boundary for your reports regardless of where the data originates.
    • If you choose a time zone that honors Daylight Savings Time, Analytics automatically adjusts for time changes. Use Greenwich Mean Time if you don't want to adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
    • Changing the time zone only affects data going forward. If you change the time zone for an existing property, you may see a flat spot or a spike in your data, caused by the time shift forwards or backwards, respectively. Report data may refer to the old time zone for a short period after you update your settings, until Analytics servers have processed the change.
  3. Click Next. Select your industry category and business size.
  4. Click Next. Select how you intend to use Google Analytics.
    Note: Google Analytics tailors the set of default reports based on the information you provide about how you intend to use Analytics. For example, if you choose "Generate more leads," you will see a collection of reports to help you measure lead generation. Learn more
  5. Click Create and (if you are setting up a new account) accept the Analytics Terms of Service and the Data Processing Amendment.
  6. Continue to Add a data stream to start collecting data.

Add a data stream

  1. Click Web.
  2. Enter the URL of your primary website, e.g., "example.com", and a Stream name, e.g. "Example, Inc. (web stream)".
  3. You have the option to enable or disable enhanced measurement. Enhanced measurement automatically collects page views and other events. Once the data stream has been created, you can always go back and individually disable the enhanced measurement events you don’t want to collect. So, we recommend that you enable enhanced measurement now.
  4. Click Create stream.

Set up data collection

Paste your "G-" ID into the Google Analytics field that Squarespace provides (instructions). To find your "G-" ID, click Configure tag settings on your Web stream details page.
Measurement ID in the Web stream details pane

It may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to start. You can then use the Realtime report to verify that you're receiving data.

TYPO3

Create an Analytics account

Your first step is to set up an Analytics account, unless you already have one. Skip to creating a property unless you want to create a separate account for this website and/or app. For example, you might want to create another account if this website and/or app belong(s) to a separate business.

  1. In Admin, in the Account column, click Create Account.
  2. Provide an account name. Configure the data-sharing settings to control which data you share with Google.
  3. Click Next to add the first property to the account.

Create a Google Analytics 4 property

You need the Editor role to add properties to a Google Analytics account. If you created this account, you automatically have Edit permission.

To create a property:

  1. Are you continuing from "Create an Analytics account", above? If so, skip to step 2.  Otherwise,
    • In Admin, look at the Account column to make sure that you've selected the right account. Then, in the Property column, click Create Property.
  2. Enter a name for the property and select the reporting time zone and currency. Time zone determines the day boundary for your reports regardless of where the data originates.
    • If you choose a time zone that honors Daylight Savings Time, Analytics automatically adjusts for time changes. Use Greenwich Mean Time if you don't want to adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
    • Changing the time zone only affects data going forward. If you change the time zone for an existing property, you may see a flat spot or a spike in your data, caused by the time shift forwards or backwards, respectively. Report data may refer to the old time zone for a short period after you update your settings, until Analytics servers have processed the change.
  3. Click Next. Select your industry category and business size.
  4. Click Next. Select how you intend to use Google Analytics.
    Note: Google Analytics tailors the set of default reports based on the information you provide about how you intend to use Analytics. For example, if you choose "Generate more leads," you will see a collection of reports to help you measure lead generation. Learn more
  5. Click Create and (if you are setting up a new account) accept the Analytics Terms of Service and the Data Processing Amendment.
  6. Continue to Add a data stream to start collecting data.

Add a data stream

  1. Click Web.
  2. Enter the URL of your primary website, e.g., "example.com", and a Stream name, e.g. "Example, Inc. (web stream)".
  3. You have the option to enable or disable enhanced measurement. Enhanced measurement automatically collects page views and other events. Once the data stream has been created, you can always go back and individually disable the enhanced measurement events you don’t want to collect. So, we recommend that you enable enhanced measurement now.
  4. Click Create stream.

Set up data collection

Paste your "G-" ID into the Google Analytics field that TYPO3 provides (TYPO3 instructions). To find your "G-" ID, click Configure tag settings on your Web stream details page.
Measurement ID in the Web stream details pane

It may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to start. You can then use the Realtime report to verify that you're receiving data.

Wix

Create an Analytics account

Your first step is to set up an Analytics account, unless you already have one. Skip to creating a property unless you want to create a separate account for this website and/or app. For example, you might want to create another account if this website and/or app belong(s) to a separate business.

  1. In Admin, in the Account column, click Create Account.
  2. Provide an account name. Configure the data-sharing settings to control which data you share with Google.
  3. Click Next to add the first property to the account.

Create a Google Analytics 4 property

You need the Editor role to add properties to a Google Analytics account. If you created this account, you automatically have Edit permission.

To create a property:

  1. Are you continuing from "Create an Analytics account", above? If so, skip to step 2.  Otherwise,
    • In Admin, look at the Account column to make sure that you've selected the right account. Then, in the Property column, click Create Property.
  2. Enter a name for the property and select the reporting time zone and currency. Time zone determines the day boundary for your reports regardless of where the data originates.
    • If you choose a time zone that honors Daylight Savings Time, Analytics automatically adjusts for time changes. Use Greenwich Mean Time if you don't want to adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
    • Changing the time zone only affects data going forward. If you change the time zone for an existing property, you may see a flat spot or a spike in your data, caused by the time shift forwards or backwards, respectively. Report data may refer to the old time zone for a short period after you update your settings, until Analytics servers have processed the change.
  3. Click Next. Select your industry category and business size.
  4. Click Next. Select how you intend to use Google Analytics.
    Note: Google Analytics tailors the set of default reports based on the information you provide about how you intend to use Analytics. For example, if you choose "Generate more leads," you will see a collection of reports to help you measure lead generation. Learn more
  5. Click Create and (if you are setting up a new account) accept the Analytics Terms of Service and the Data Processing Amendment.
  6. Continue to Add a data stream to start collecting data.

Add a data stream

  1. Click Web.
  2. Enter the URL of your primary website, e.g., "example.com", and a Stream name, e.g. "Example, Inc. (web stream)".
  3. You have the option to enable or disable enhanced measurement. Enhanced measurement automatically collects page views and other events. Once the data stream has been created, you can always go back and individually disable the enhanced measurement events you don’t want to collect. So, we recommend that you enable enhanced measurement now.
  4. Click Create stream.

Set up data collection

Paste your "G-" ID into the Google Analytics field that Wix provides (Wix instructions). To find your "G-" ID, click Configure tag settings on your Web stream details page.
Measurement ID in the Web stream details pane

It may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to start. You can then use the Realtime report to verify that you're receiving data.

WooCommerce

Create an Analytics account

Your first step is to set up an Analytics account, unless you already have one. Skip to creating a property unless you want to create a separate account for this website and/or app. For example, you might want to create another account if this website and/or app belong(s) to a separate business.

  1. In Admin, in the Account column, click Create Account.
  2. Provide an account name. Configure the data-sharing settings to control which data you share with Google.
  3. Click Next to add the first property to the account.

Create a Google Analytics 4 property

You need the Editor role to add properties to a Google Analytics account. If you created this account, you automatically have Edit permission.

To create a property:

  1. Are you continuing from "Create an Analytics account", above? If so, skip to step 2.  Otherwise,
    • In Admin, look at the Account column to make sure that you've selected the right account. Then, in the Property column, click Create Property.
  2. Enter a name for the property and select the reporting time zone and currency. Time zone determines the day boundary for your reports regardless of where the data originates.
    • If you choose a time zone that honors Daylight Savings Time, Analytics automatically adjusts for time changes. Use Greenwich Mean Time if you don't want to adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
    • Changing the time zone only affects data going forward. If you change the time zone for an existing property, you may see a flat spot or a spike in your data, caused by the time shift forwards or backwards, respectively. Report data may refer to the old time zone for a short period after you update your settings, until Analytics servers have processed the change.
  3. Click Next. Select your industry category and business size.
  4. Click Next. Select how you intend to use Google Analytics.
    Note: Google Analytics tailors the set of default reports based on the information you provide about how you intend to use Analytics. For example, if you choose "Generate more leads," you will see a collection of reports to help you measure lead generation. Learn more
  5. Click Create and (if you are setting up a new account) accept the Analytics Terms of Service and the Data Processing Amendment.
  6. Continue to Add a data stream to start collecting data.

Add a data stream

  1. Click Web.
  2. Enter the URL of your primary website, e.g., "example.com", and a Stream name, e.g. "Example, Inc. (web stream)".
  3. You have the option to enable or disable enhanced measurement. Enhanced measurement automatically collects page views and other events. Once the data stream has been created, you can always go back and individually disable the enhanced measurement events you don’t want to collect. So, we recommend that you enable enhanced measurement now.
  4. Click Create stream.

Set up data collection

You'll need to add the Analytics tag to your web pages to begin seeing data in your new Google Analytics 4 property.

Paste your "G-" ID into the Google Analytics field that your CMS provides (WooCommerce instructions). To find your "G-" ID, click Configure tag settings on your Web stream details page.
Measurement ID in the Web stream details pane

It may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to start. You can then use the Realtime report to verify that you're receiving data.

Wordpress.com

Create an Analytics account

Your first step is to set up an Analytics account, unless you already have one. Skip to creating a property unless you want to create a separate account for this website and/or app. For example, you might want to create another account if this website and/or app belong(s) to a separate business.

  1. In Admin, in the Account column, click Create Account.
  2. Provide an account name. Configure the data-sharing settings to control which data you share with Google.
  3. Click Next to add the first property to the account.

Create a Google Analytics 4 property

You need the Editor role to add properties to a Google Analytics account. If you created this account, you automatically have Edit permission.

To create a property:

  1. Are you continuing from "Create an Analytics account", above? If so, skip to step 2.  Otherwise,
    • In Admin, look at the Account column to make sure that you've selected the right account. Then, in the Property column, click Create Property.
  2. Enter a name for the property and select the reporting time zone and currency. Time zone determines the day boundary for your reports regardless of where the data originates.
    • If you choose a time zone that honors Daylight Savings Time, Analytics automatically adjusts for time changes. Use Greenwich Mean Time if you don't want to adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
    • Changing the time zone only affects data going forward. If you change the time zone for an existing property, you may see a flat spot or a spike in your data, caused by the time shift forwards or backwards, respectively. Report data may refer to the old time zone for a short period after you update your settings, until Analytics servers have processed the change.
  3. Click Next. Select your industry category and business size.
  4. Click Next. Select how you intend to use Google Analytics.
    Note: Google Analytics tailors the set of default reports based on the information you provide about how you intend to use Analytics. For example, if you choose "Generate more leads," you will see a collection of reports to help you measure lead generation. Learn more
  5. Click Create and (if you are setting up a new account) accept the Analytics Terms of Service and the Data Processing Amendment.
  6. Continue to Add a data stream to start collecting data.

Add a data stream

  1. Click Web.
  2. Enter the URL of your primary website, e.g., "example.com", and a Stream name, e.g. "Example, Inc. (web stream)".
  3. You have the option to enable or disable enhanced measurement. Enhanced measurement automatically collects page views and other events. Once the data stream has been created, you can always go back and individually disable the enhanced measurement events you don’t want to collect. So, we recommend that you enable enhanced measurement now.
  4. Click Create stream.

Set up data collection

You'll need to add the Analytics tag to your web pages to begin seeing data in your new Google Analytics 4 property.

Paste your "G-" ID into the Google Analytics field that your CMS provides (Wordpress.com instructions). To find your "G-" ID, click Configure tag settings on your Web stream details page.
Measurement ID in the Web stream details pane

It may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to start. You can then use the Realtime report to verify that you're receiving data.

Cart.com

Create an Analytics account

Your first step is to set up an Analytics account, unless you already have one. Skip to creating a property unless you want to create a separate account for this website and/or app. For example, you might want to create another account if this website and/or app belong(s) to a separate business.

  1. In Admin, in the Account column, click Create Account.
  2. Provide an account name. Configure the data-sharing settings to control which data you share with Google.
  3. Click Next to add the first property to the account.

Create a Google Analytics 4 property

You need the Editor role to add properties to a Google Analytics account. If you created this account, you automatically have Edit permission.

To create a property:

  1. Are you continuing from "Create an Analytics account", above? If so, skip to step 2.  Otherwise,
    • In Admin, look at the Account column to make sure that you've selected the right account. Then, in the Property column, click Create Property.
  2. Enter a name for the property and select the reporting time zone and currency. Time zone determines the day boundary for your reports regardless of where the data originates.
    • If you choose a time zone that honors Daylight Savings Time, Analytics automatically adjusts for time changes. Use Greenwich Mean Time if you don't want to adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
    • Changing the time zone only affects data going forward. If you change the time zone for an existing property, you may see a flat spot or a spike in your data, caused by the time shift forwards or backwards, respectively. Report data may refer to the old time zone for a short period after you update your settings, until Analytics servers have processed the change.
  3. Click Next. Select your industry category and business size.
  4. Click Next. Select how you intend to use Google Analytics.
    Note: Google Analytics tailors the set of default reports based on the information you provide about how you intend to use Analytics. For example, if you choose "Generate more leads," you will see a collection of reports to help you measure lead generation. Learn more
  5. Click Create and (if you are setting up a new account) accept the Analytics Terms of Service and the Data Processing Amendment.
  6. Continue to Add a data stream to start collecting data.

Add a data stream

  1. Click Web.
  2. Enter the URL of your primary website, e.g., "example.com", and a Stream name, e.g. "Example, Inc. (web stream)".
  3. You have the option to enable or disable enhanced measurement. Enhanced measurement automatically collects page views and other events. Once the data stream has been created, you can always go back and individually disable the enhanced measurement events you don’t want to collect. So, we recommend that you enable enhanced measurement now.
  4. Click Create stream.

Set up data collection

Copy and paste your entire Google Analytics page tag to your website using your CMS's custom HTML feature. Contact Cart.com support for instructions on how to do this.

It may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to start. You can then use the Realtime report to verify that you're receiving data.

PrestaShop

Create an Analytics account

Your first step is to set up an Analytics account, unless you already have one. Skip to creating a property unless you want to create a separate account for this website and/or app. For example, you might want to create another account if this website and/or app belong(s) to a separate business.

  1. In Admin, in the Account column, click Create Account.
  2. Provide an account name. Configure the data-sharing settings to control which data you share with Google.
  3. Click Next to add the first property to the account.

Create a Google Analytics 4 property

You need the Editor role to add properties to a Google Analytics account. If you created this account, you automatically have Edit permission.

To create a property:

  1. Are you continuing from "Create an Analytics account", above? If so, skip to step 2.  Otherwise,
    • In Admin, look at the Account column to make sure that you've selected the right account. Then, in the Property column, click Create Property.
  2. Enter a name for the property and select the reporting time zone and currency. Time zone determines the day boundary for your reports regardless of where the data originates.
    • If you choose a time zone that honors Daylight Savings Time, Analytics automatically adjusts for time changes. Use Greenwich Mean Time if you don't want to adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
    • Changing the time zone only affects data going forward. If you change the time zone for an existing property, you may see a flat spot or a spike in your data, caused by the time shift forwards or backwards, respectively. Report data may refer to the old time zone for a short period after you update your settings, until Analytics servers have processed the change.
  3. Click Next. Select your industry category and business size.
  4. Click Next. Select how you intend to use Google Analytics.
    Note: Google Analytics tailors the set of default reports based on the information you provide about how you intend to use Analytics. For example, if you choose "Generate more leads," you will see a collection of reports to help you measure lead generation. Learn more
  5. Click Create and (if you are setting up a new account) accept the Analytics Terms of Service and the Data Processing Amendment.
  6. Continue to Add a data stream to start collecting data.

Add a data stream

  1. Click Web.
  2. Enter the URL of your primary website, e.g., "example.com", and a Stream name, e.g. "Example, Inc. (web stream)".
  3. You have the option to enable or disable enhanced measurement. Enhanced measurement automatically collects page views and other events. Once the data stream has been created, you can always go back and individually disable the enhanced measurement events you don’t want to collect. So, we recommend that you enable enhanced measurement now.
  4. Click Create stream.

Set up data collection

Copy and paste your entire Google Analytics page tag to your website using your CMS's custom HTML feature. Contact PrestaShop support for instructions on how to do this.

It may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to start. You can then use the Realtime report to verify that you're receiving data.

Salesforce(Demandware)

Create an Analytics account

Your first step is to set up an Analytics account, unless you already have one. Skip to creating a property unless you want to create a separate account for this website and/or app. For example, you might want to create another account if this website and/or app belong(s) to a separate business.

  1. In Admin, in the Account column, click Create Account.
  2. Provide an account name. Configure the data-sharing settings to control which data you share with Google.
  3. Click Next to add the first property to the account.

Create a Google Analytics 4 property

You need the Editor role to add properties to a Google Analytics account. If you created this account, you automatically have Edit permission.

To create a property:

  1. Are you continuing from "Create an Analytics account", above? If so, skip to step 2.  Otherwise,
    • In Admin, look at the Account column to make sure that you've selected the right account. Then, in the Property column, click Create Property.
  2. Enter a name for the property and select the reporting time zone and currency. Time zone determines the day boundary for your reports regardless of where the data originates.
    • If you choose a time zone that honors Daylight Savings Time, Analytics automatically adjusts for time changes. Use Greenwich Mean Time if you don't want to adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
    • Changing the time zone only affects data going forward. If you change the time zone for an existing property, you may see a flat spot or a spike in your data, caused by the time shift forwards or backwards, respectively. Report data may refer to the old time zone for a short period after you update your settings, until Analytics servers have processed the change.
  3. Click Next. Select your industry category and business size.
  4. Click Next. Select how you intend to use Google Analytics.
    Note: Google Analytics tailors the set of default reports based on the information you provide about how you intend to use Analytics. For example, if you choose "Generate more leads," you will see a collection of reports to help you measure lead generation. Learn more
  5. Click Create and (if you are setting up a new account) accept the Analytics Terms of Service and the Data Processing Amendment.
  6. Continue to Add a data stream to start collecting data.

Add a data stream

  1. Click Web.
  2. Enter the URL of your primary website, e.g., "example.com", and a Stream name, e.g. "Example, Inc. (web stream)".
  3. You have the option to enable or disable enhanced measurement. Enhanced measurement automatically collects page views and other events. Once the data stream has been created, you can always go back and individually disable the enhanced measurement events you don’t want to collect. So, we recommend that you enable enhanced measurement now.
  4. Click Create stream.

Set up data collection

Copy and paste your entire Google Analytics page tag to your website using your CMS's custom HTML feature. Contact Salesforce support for instructions on how to do this.

It may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to start. You can then use the Realtime report to verify that you're receiving data.

VTEX

Create an Analytics account

Your first step is to set up an Analytics account, unless you already have one. Skip to creating a property unless you want to create a separate account for this website and/or app. For example, you might want to create another account if this website and/or app belong(s) to a separate business.

  1. In Admin, in the Account column, click Create Account.
  2. Provide an account name. Configure the data-sharing settings to control which data you share with Google.
  3. Click Next to add the first property to the account.

Create a Google Analytics 4 property

You need the Editor role to add properties to a Google Analytics account. If you created this account, you automatically have Edit permission.

To create a property:

  1. Are you continuing from "Create an Analytics account", above? If so, skip to step 2.  Otherwise,
    • In Admin, look at the Account column to make sure that you've selected the right account. Then, in the Property column, click Create Property.
  2. Enter a name for the property and select the reporting time zone and currency. Time zone determines the day boundary for your reports regardless of where the data originates.
    • If you choose a time zone that honors Daylight Savings Time, Analytics automatically adjusts for time changes. Use Greenwich Mean Time if you don't want to adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
    • Changing the time zone only affects data going forward. If you change the time zone for an existing property, you may see a flat spot or a spike in your data, caused by the time shift forwards or backwards, respectively. Report data may refer to the old time zone for a short period after you update your settings, until Analytics servers have processed the change.
  3. Click Next. Select your industry category and business size.
  4. Click Next. Select how you intend to use Google Analytics.
    Note: Google Analytics tailors the set of default reports based on the information you provide about how you intend to use Analytics. For example, if you choose "Generate more leads," you will see a collection of reports to help you measure lead generation. Learn more
  5. Click Create and (if you are setting up a new account) accept the Analytics Terms of Service and the Data Processing Amendment.
  6. Continue to Add a data stream to start collecting data.

Add a data stream

  1. Click Web.
  2. Enter the URL of your primary website, e.g., "example.com", and a Stream name, e.g. "Example, Inc. (web stream)".
  3. You have the option to enable or disable enhanced measurement. Enhanced measurement automatically collects page views and other events. Once the data stream has been created, you can always go back and individually disable the enhanced measurement events you don’t want to collect. So, we recommend that you enable enhanced measurement now.
  4. Click Create stream.

Set up data collection

Copy and paste your entire Google Analytics page tag to your website using your CMS's custom HTML feature. Contact VTEX support for instructions on how to do this.

It may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to start. You can then use the Realtime report to verify that you're receiving data.

Weebly

Create an Analytics account

Your first step is to set up an Analytics account, unless you already have one. Skip to creating a property unless you want to create a separate account for this website and/or app. For example, you might want to create another account if this website and/or app belong(s) to a separate business.

  1. In Admin, in the Account column, click Create Account.
  2. Provide an account name. Configure the data-sharing settings to control which data you share with Google.
  3. Click Next to add the first property to the account.

Create a Google Analytics 4 property

You need the Editor role to add properties to a Google Analytics account. If you created this account, you automatically have Edit permission.

To create a property:

  1. Are you continuing from "Create an Analytics account", above? If so, skip to step 2.  Otherwise,
    • In Admin, look at the Account column to make sure that you've selected the right account. Then, in the Property column, click Create Property.
  2. Enter a name for the property and select the reporting time zone and currency. Time zone determines the day boundary for your reports regardless of where the data originates.
    • If you choose a time zone that honors Daylight Savings Time, Analytics automatically adjusts for time changes. Use Greenwich Mean Time if you don't want to adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
    • Changing the time zone only affects data going forward. If you change the time zone for an existing property, you may see a flat spot or a spike in your data, caused by the time shift forwards or backwards, respectively. Report data may refer to the old time zone for a short period after you update your settings, until Analytics servers have processed the change.
  3. Click Next. Select your industry category and business size.
  4. Click Next. Select how you intend to use Google Analytics.
    Note: Google Analytics tailors the set of default reports based on the information you provide about how you intend to use Analytics. For example, if you choose "Generate more leads," you will see a collection of reports to help you measure lead generation. Learn more
  5. Click Create and (if you are setting up a new account) accept the Analytics Terms of Service and the Data Processing Amendment.
  6. Continue to Add a data stream to start collecting data.

Add a data stream

  1. Click Web.
  2. Enter the URL of your primary website, e.g., "example.com", and a Stream name, e.g. "Example, Inc. (web stream)".
  3. You have the option to enable or disable enhanced measurement. Enhanced measurement automatically collects page views and other events. Once the data stream has been created, you can always go back and individually disable the enhanced measurement events you don’t want to collect. So, we recommend that you enable enhanced measurement now.
  4. Click Create stream.

Set up data collection

Copy and paste your entire Google Analytics page tag to your website using your CMS's custom HTML feature. See the Weebly instructions on how to do this. 

It may take up to 30 minutes for data collection to start. You can then use the Realtime report to verify that you're receiving data.

 

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