Support » Plugin: Google Analytics Dashboard Widget by Analytify » General Tracking questions concerning the Analytify GA plugin

  • Resolved Pigo3934blog


    1) – Can we simultaneously have this plugin installed while using the “Insert Headers and Footers” plugin found at “

    NOTE: The “Insert Headers and Footers” plugin has the GA Code snippet inserted in it.

    It looks like…

    <!-- Global site tag (gtag.js) - Google Analytics -->
    <script async src=""></script>
      window.dataLayer = window.dataLayer || [];
      function gtag(){dataLayer.push(arguments);}
      gtag('js', new Date());
      gtag('config', 'UA-123456789-1');


    2) – If we remove DE-activate this plugin, will it remove the UA-XXXXXXX google analytics code from the website?


    3) – Can this plugin be used simultaneously with other “Google Analytics” plugins without conflict ?

    We ask because we want to test them all out on the same site concerning how and what their visual dashboards will display.


    4) – How long will it take for the Google Analytics to take affect and to display the results with your plugin ?


    5) – Which method is better to use…

    Universal Analytics ?


    Global Site Tag ?


    6) – Will we be able to see any information if we also go to while using this plugin ?


    Thanks in advance

    Look forward to your reply.

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  • Plugin Support Burhan Nasir



    Here are the answers to each question.

    1) Yes, you can use it. Just make sure you disabled the “Install Google Analytics tracking code” option Analytify Settings -> Profile tab. As you already added the Google Analytics code through Header and Footer plugin.

    2) Yes, It will remove the Analytic code upon deactivation only if the “Install Google Analytics tracking code” option is enabled.

    3) Yes, you can use it with other Google Analytics plugins. Just make sure there will be only one Google Analytics tracking code otherwise the stats will be not tracked correctly.

    4) The pro version shows the stats in real time where the free version cache the stats for 24 hours.

    5) Both libraries are preferable by Google Analytics.

    6) Yes, you can see all the stats on Google Analytics.



    Thanks for the reply.

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