Google Analytics Dashboard

Note

  • To Start using Clarity, you must finish the Setup process.
  • To start using Google Analytics Dashboard, you must connect your Google Analytics account. Learn more about Google Analytics integration.

Google Analytics (GA) Dashboard in Clarity helps you analyze GA data through Clarity features. Without leaving the site, you can now easily use Clarity's exclusive features, such as Recordings and Heatmaps on GA data.

You don't need to worry about translating GA data to fit into Clarity filters anymore. While GA provides exciting data on user behavior, Clarity can help you understand and enhance user behavior.

To access the GA dashboard, go to your project. Select Google Analytics vertical.

GA Dashboard.

What's in the GA dashboard?

At a glance, you can see the number of sessions from each country and device, bounce rate, acquisition report, and so on.

The dashboard contains the following information:

These metrics can be filtered to a particular time period, which allows you to drill down on user behavior patterns.

Note

  • GA dashboard doesn't support filters or segments. You can only access the time frame filter on individual cards.
  • As you navigate through each of these metrics, you can view the corresponding Heatmaps or Recordings filtered to the applied time frame.
  • You can save this applied filter in Heatmaps or Recordings as a new segment for later use. GA Dashboard to segments.

Audience overview

Audience overview measures the volume of visits to your site. This overview provides the total number of sessions, bounce rate, and session duration for the specified time frame. Learn more about Clarity's Session filters. Using these data points, you can:

  • Find sessions with the highest bounce rate and view a heat map or recordings for the page states.
  • Find sessions that are most significant on your website, such as the highest conversion rate.
  • Investigate where users come across an issue.

Audience overview in GA.

Acquisition report

Acquisition report helps you view how you acquire your users that including Traffic channel and Source/Medium. This report can help you with direct comparisons and diagnose issues and optimize performance. Learn more about Clarity's Traffic filters. Using these data points, you can:

  • Break down your traffic based on source, medium, and channel.
  • Find the direct or referral traffic channel or source/medium to your website.

Acquisition report in GA.

Pages report helps you find popular pages sorted based on page views from highest to lowest. A page view can include an initial loading of the page, reload, and page revisit. Learn more about Clarity's Pages filters. Using these data points, you can:

  • Find interesting user content and optimize your website.
  • Track page views for new web pages and understands user response.

Pages report in GA.

Sessions by country

Sessions by country enable you to view sessions based on country sorted from high to low.

Sessions by country in GA.

Sessions by device

Sessions by devices enable you to view sessions based on device type sorted from high to low.

Sessions by device in GA.

FAQ

For more answers, refer to Google Analytics FAQ.

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