Google Analytics Upcoming Interface – Design Snapshots

Google Analytics New Features, Design

Google shared a new look version of Google Analytics in at the Google Analytics User Conference in San Francisco. This new research came from a small group of Analytics users who participate in the testing. Google said to users “If you’re part of this group you’ll see a link to the new version in your Analytics account.”

Google announced in their blog about this upcoming future. This new version will help users to build analytics easier and faster to get to the data they want and to boost the Google Analytics platform to bring major new functionality to them. Many of the changes in the new version are the result of user feedback. For example, now user can view multiple advanced segments without needing to also use All Visits. You’ll find some of the other most requested features like multiple dashboards in the new version as well. As user will start using the new Google Analytics, they should also check out the updated Google Analytics Help Center, which will show where to find your favorite reports in the new version. Google also said “We’ve also set up a new category in the Help Forum where you can ask questions and discuss the new version.” which will assist user to get routine of new version of Analytics.

Google Analytics blog paying attention exclusively on the new Analytics will be sharing many more details about what’s new along the way with a new series in the meantime, if you want to be considered for the test, visit the beta sign-up page. Using the new version won’t change how Google Analytics reports your website traffic, and you can continue to use the current version while testing the new Analytics.

Source – Google Analytics Blog

Update: Today, I got the Google Analytics beta invitation so I captured few snapshots. Here they’re:

Dashboard of New Google Analytics Interface Reports Snapshot of New Google Analytics Interface

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