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How to Add Google Analytics to Your Almabase Website
How to Add Google Analytics to Your Almabase Website

Setting up Google Analytics to track user behaviour on your website

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Written by Sweta Kumari
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Google Analytics 4 (GA4) is the latest version of Google's analytics platform, which was announced in October 2020. Some of the key features and changes in GA4 include:

  • A more holistic approach to tracking user interactions across multiple devices and platforms

  • A new data model that is based on events rather than pageviews

  • Improved measurement of user engagement, conversion, and revenue

  • Enhanced data privacy controls, including support for browser-based blocking of third-party cookies

Integrating Google Analytics with Almabase is easy; you just need your Google Analytics tracking ID.


  • Once you've copied your tracking ID (measurement ID) from your Google Analytics account, go to Settings > Basic Site Settings > Site Setup and paste your "Google Analytics Tracking Code" in the highlighted field.

  • If you already have a Google Analytics account:

    • To find your "G-" ID:

      • In Google Analytics, click Admin.

      • Make sure you are in the correct account and property.

      • In the Property column, click Data Streams.

      • Click the data stream for your website.

      • Your "G-" ID appears in the top right. Measurement ID in the Web stream details pane

      • Enter your "G-" ID into the field that your CMS provides:

  • Once you hit "Save," Google Analytics will start tracking your website traffic from that hour onwards.

    • Note: Your website's traffic can take a couple of hours to appear in Google Analytics. Also, you can't retrieve data from any period before you add your tracking ID.

    • Important update: Starting July 1, 2023, Universal Analytics properties will no longer process website data. Refer to this article to upgrade to a GA4 property.

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