Google Analytics lets you see how visitors use your site, how they arrive there, and what might help keeping them coming back using analysis tools, content analytics, social analytics, mobile analytics, conversion analytics, and advertising analytics.
The main—but not the only—difference between Google Analytics and Google Webmaster Tools is that Google Analytics shows total traffic for a website, regardless of where the users came from and what search terms were used, while Webmaster Tools shows traffic for each keyword separately and does not cover search results from other search engines such as Bing and Yahoo.
- Before using this app to share student information, you may need to obtain your students’ consent as required by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
- See Adapting the Consent and Waiver Form for Your Course (restricted to Unity account holders).
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This website tracks users anonymously, using both first party and third party HTTP cookies to measure usage. It tracks visitors using first party logging and reporting features as well as Google Analytics.
If you would like not to be tracked during your visit you can do one or both of the following:
- In Google Chrome: From the Chrome Web Store, download and install the Do Not Track extension.
- In Firefox: Turn on the Do Not Track feature.
There are no known accessibility issues related to the Analytics code that tracks websites, but the Google Analytics interface that provides the reports and data may have accessibility problems.
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