How to Grant User Admin Access in Google Analytics
If you are in need of ec to help with your Google analytics, then you need to grant access so that your website’s analytics can be edited by our SEO experts. Granting access is the most secure way to share your website’s analytics, without having to share you login details.
Below we will show you how to grant ec user editor access in Google Analytics.
Step 1: Open Your Settings in Google Analytics
Firstly, if you sign in to your Google Analytics account, you can then choose the site for which you’d like to grant ec access to.
After this, click on the Admin option.
You’ll see here that there is a Access Management link under each column. That’s because you can grant any of the 3 levels access to us. Which is Account, Property and View:
You want to give ec Property access to your website analytics, as very rarely do we need access to the Account column.
To do that, click on the Property Access Management link that is in the middle column (within the Property).
Step 2: Add Permissions to a User
Now you will be asked to enter the email address of the user who you would like to give access to. ec will need to have an Editor role.
Firstly, if you click the “+” icon.
Then, click on “add new users” from the dropdown.
Finally, add the ec support email address which will be email@example.com.
If you could please select Notify new users by email as this will send a notification to our support account to let us know we have been granted access. Then finally, click Add.
That’s it! You have now given ec access to your Google Analytics account. Please email us to confirm you have done the above steps.