Forgive me as I learn the nuances of this plugin, but I think I have a reasonable feature request here.
We have this running on a WPMU setup with hundreds of blogs and thousands of user accounts. Some of our blog owners have Admin status, meaning they could go to wp-admin–>settings–>google analytics dashboard and change the dashboard widget to output the analytics from any site on our network.
My plan is to write another plugin to hide the analytics settings page from everyone except super admins.
But shouldn’t this be part of the core plugin code?
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