Google Analytics Social Reports Now Under 'Traffic Sources -> Social Section' - Gmail Now in Welsh and Latin American Spanish; IPv6 Permanently on June 6th, 2012 at 12am UTC.

Google recently consolidated the locations of social reports in the Google Analytics. "The 3 reports, Social Engagement, Social Actions, & Social Pages were previously listed in the Audience section and have been moved to the Traffic Sources -> Social section," posted Linus Chou, Google Analytics Team. Click through to see the reports in your Analytics […]

Google recently consolidated the locations of social reports in the Google Analytics. "The 3 reports, Social Engagement, Social Actions, & Social Pages were previously listed in the Audience section and have been moved to the Traffic Sources -> Social section," posted Linus Chou, Google Analytics Team.

Click through to see the reports in your Analytics Account.

In addition, Google also recenlty added new social reports and functionality, providing users with access to both onsite behavior, the existing data, and off-site social activities of partners such as Google+, Digg, and Reddit among others.

"To access onsite activities use the Traffic Sources -> Social -> Social Plugins report. Here you see the social activities broken down by content. Selecting a specific page shows you the social activities by network for that page. Click the "Social Source and action" tab highlighted in the screenshot below to see a breakdown of the itemized activities," Chou explains.

Below is a summary of how to access the data from the old reports in the new ones:

Google Analytics Social Reports moves to Traffic Sources

Gmail: Now in Welsh and Latin American Spanish

In other Google news, the Gmail team today, announce that Gmail is now available in Welsh and Latin American Spanish. These two languages bring the total number of supported languages in Gmail to 56.

"Welsh, as a living language, is used by an increasing number of speakers, in their everyday life. The project was completed through Google Translator Toolkit, which is a Computer-Aided Translation tool supporting over 100,000 language combinations," writes Gmail Team.

The team also notes, Spanish is spoken by more than 300 million people in the Americas and the Caribbean. The Latin American Spanish version of Gmail is designed to be a closer match to the expectations of Spanish speakers in the Americas.

You can select Welsh and Latin American Spanish as your default language in Settings:

Gmail in Welsh

Gmail in Latin American Spanish

Also, note that Google will enable IPv6 permanently on June 6th, 2012 at 12am UTC. The countdown to IPv6 was announced back on January 17th, 2012 (here, and here).

"Customers with SSO IP Whitelists and IPv6 capable equipment need to ensure that their SSO whitelist configuration contains their IPv6 network segments (if applicable)," Google said.

The SSO Help Center article is linked here.