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Embed the power of Google Analytics in your WordPress Admin console and view key metrics for each of your domains from one place.

How does Googlyzer access my Google Analytics account?

Googlyzer is granted access to the website data through the ClientLogin interface within the Google Analytics API, which provides a secure authentication token for use in data feed requests. Googlyzer does not store any login credentials. Access to Google Analytics can easily be revoked, by simply clicking Logout on the Googlyzer General Settings tab.

Can Googlyzer charts be used as widgets on other pages within my site?

Googlyzer Basic creates a widget on the WordPress Home Dashboard. Googlyzer Pro provides 2 customizable sidebar multi-widgets for display of metric data via Sparklines and a Most Popular Content listing. Googlyzer Pro also provides sparkline shortcode capability that enables display of sparkline data embedded within a page or post.

Will the Googlyzer Dashboard be visible on my site?

No. The main Googlyzer Dashboard and Home Dashboard widget provided by Googlyzer Basic are only accessible via the WordPress administrative console. If you want to integrate display Google Analytics metric data within your public website, take a look at Googlyzer Pro.

Does Googlyzer anonymize my website data?

Not in this version of Googlyzer.

Why does the Googlyzer dashboard take a while to load?

The time required to load the Googlyzer dashboard is dependent upon web server resources, connection speeds, etc. Load times have been reduced significantly through optimization of the data request and load process. The current version of Googlyzer does not cache any data, this may change in a later version in order to speed up loading of the dashboard as well as to make the data available for other uses.

After installing Googlyzer, I get the following error when accessing the Googlyzer Dashboard - "Fatal error: Call to undefined method DateTime::sub()", what is this?

This is due to an out-of-date version of PHP running on your web server. Googlyzer uses some PHP libraries (DateTime is the main one) that are standard in PHP v5.3 or above. Check the version of PHP running on your web server with your web hosting provider and upgrade if necessary.

Requires: 2.9 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.3.2
Last Updated: 5 years ago
Active Installs: 100+


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