Share and Collaborate Google Analytics Dashboards!, New Asset Sharing

Soon share and collaborate on Google Analytics Dashboards, new "Asset Sharing" offer "creating asset templates", and "collaborating on a single asset."

Google Analytics Dashboards improvements brings the ability to share and collobrate features to customer over the coming weeks.

"Dashboard sharing" enables you to collaborate with your team on a single shared dashboard template creation such as "templates enable creating copies of dashboard configurations, and dashboard sharing."

You can start by creating a dashboard or viewing an existing one and then clicking on the "Share" menu. Look for the new "Share Dashboard" option. "This will make a copy of your dashboard that is available to everyone on the profile," informs Google.

Adding "private dashboards will be grouped together, and shared dashboards will be as can be seen in the report navigation on the left side of Google Analytics," google said:

"Dashboards give an overview on how your properties are performing, and are even more powerful as you can create dashboards that you and your teammates can see and edit."

Asset Sharing complementing the sharing capabilities of Google Analytics assets like "annotations, advanced segments and custom reports" now offers two forms of asset sharing: "creating asset templates," and "collaborating on a single asset" (launching soon with dashboards).

You can learn more about dashboard sharing in this help center article.

Google Analytics Dashboard SharingShare a Google Analytics Dashboard

Update 06/07: Last week, Google Analytics team held a webinar discussing how to effectively measure the customer's journey in a multi-device world--with the focus on high-level best practices and strategies.

The video embedded below also discussed how Google Analytics and other Google tools can help measure and respond to the evolving customer journey.

  • "Holistic, full-credit, and active measurement
  • Everyday strategies to improve your measurement and marketing performance
  • Basic techniques for marketing attribution
  • Google Analytics features and tools for measuring the full customer journey."