Sunday, March 31, 2013

Google Makes Improvements in Real Time Reports

Google has improved the way real time reports are presented in Google Analytics. These improvements will help you to have a better insight into how many visitors are present on your site in real time using desktop,tablet or mobile. Data is broken down to per minute and per second allowing you to track even the minute details as to where the users are leaving out in order to take actions accordingly. Alongwith shortcuts to your real time segments, you can now compare the real time analytics data with the overall traffic data and see the improvements yourself.

4 Improvements in Google Analytics Real Time Reporting


Real Time Event Reporting


It allows you to see the top level events and gives you the power to filter particular event categories. To see this report, go to Standard Reports -> Real Time -> Events. Clicking on any particular event will show you all the Event Actions and Event Labels for that particular category.



Real Time Event Tracking Google Analytics
Real Time Event Reporting

Track the Devices Used by Visitors to Visit Your Site


You can see the devices used by the visitors to visit your site as Google displays devices in the sections of Desktop/Mobile/Tablet. To see this report, go to Standard Reports -> Real Time -> Content.



Real Time Device Tracking
Real Time Device Tracking

Easy Shortcuts For Custom Reports


Forget the hassle of filtering your reports every time you need to customize something. Google Analytics provides an easier shortcut for access of reports that you view often. To see this report, go to Shortcuts.



Custom Reporting Shortcut
Custom Reporting Shortcut

Easy Comparison of Real Time Traffic with Overall Data


You can compare the overall traffic with the real time segmeneted traffic and analyze the trends for taking steps for further improvements.



Real Time Vs Overall Traffic Comparison
Real Time Vs Overall Traffic Comparison

Read the full coverage here:- 4 Improvements To Google Analytics Real-Time Reports - Analytics Blog


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