This plugin allows you to retrieve basic stats from Google Analytics account and add the necessary tracking code to your blog.
No, you can't. This plugin allows you to retrieve statistics from Google Analytics account. It doesn't generate its own statistics.
No, you can't. Google Analytics provides developer access to the configuration data through the Management API, which is a read-only API for account and configuration data.
After you have created a new webroperty you will get a tracking code. If you want to add tracking code to your blog you will need to copy Tracking ID that looks like UA-xxxxx-y, paste it to the "Tracking Code" field, check "Add tracking Code To Your Blog" checkbox (if not checked) and click "Save Changes" button.
If you want to enable tracking and collect statistics from your blog, you need to past tracking code to your blog. To do this you should follow next steps: 1. Sign in to your Google Analytics account. Click Admin in the menu bar at the top of any page. 2. In the Account column, select the account from the dropdown that you want to add the property to. 3. In the dropdown in the Property column, click Create new property. 4. Select Website 5. Select the tracking method. Click either Universal Analytics or Classic Analytics. We strongly recommend Universal Analytics. 6. Enter the name of your WordPress blog. 7. Enter the Website URL of your blog 8. Select the Industry Category. 9. Select the Reporting Time Zone. 10. Click Get Tracking ID. 11. Copy Tracking ID that looks like UA-xxxxx-y and past it to the "Tracking Code" field in the "Tracking Code & Reset" tab of this plugin. 12. Check "Add tracking Code To Your Blog" checkbox (if not checked) and click "Save Changes" button.
No, if you deactivate plugin tracking code will be deleted from your blog.
Line chart displays stats for the last year, 6 months, 3 months, 1 month, 5 days and 1 day.
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