Analytics Training and Support

These self-service options are available for users of Analytics Standard (the free version).

If you require support via email or phone, consider upgrading to Analytics 360.



Analytics logo  Analytics Academy

Analytics Academy offers free, online courses on Analytics and other data analysis tools. You can use Analytics Academy to prepare for the Analytics Individual Qualification (IQ) exam—an industry recognized qualification.

Analytics logo Analytics Demo Account

The Analytics demo account is a fully functional Analytics account that any Google user can access. It's a great way to look at real business data and experiment with Analytics features.

YouTube logo  Analytics YouTube Channel

The Analytics YouTube Channel offers videos on a number of different data analysis topics.

Blogger logo  Analytics Blog

The Analytics Blog has articles on topics ranging from new features to analytics advice to upcoming industry events. You can click on topical labels to easily find what you need.

Google logo  Analytics Help Center

The Analytics Help Center (the current page) documents all aspects of using Analytics including how to get started, best practices for analysis, and troubleshooting.

Analytics logo  In-product Analytics Help Search

The Help Center Search in Analytics lets you look up support information from within the user interface. To access Help Search, click Settings the Settings icon in the upper-right corner and select Help.

Analytics logo  In-product Contextual Help

You can activate contextual help articles and videos from within the Analytics user interface. Click the school icon icon to the right of the sampling setting pulldown menu. Please note that this is not available in all reports.

Google Developers logo  Google Developers

Google Developers for Analytics provides documentation for all the Analytics libraries, SDKs, and APIs. It also provides demos and tools.

Google Groups logo  Analytics Discussion Forum

The Analytics Discussion Forum is a resource that allows you to talk to other Analytics practitioners and get help on specific Analytics topics.

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