How to Add a New User to a Google Analytics Account

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How do I add a new user to Google Analytics?

Here’s how to add a new user to your Google Analytics account.

You can give anyone access to your Google Analytics account, provided they have a Google account.

Instructions to add a new user to Google Analytics

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Login to Google Analytics (login link) and click the Admin button on the top right of the page.

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Click on the Users tab, then the + New User button.

Adding a new user to Google Analytics

Add the email address for the new user. The email address must be associated with a Google account.

Select User or Administrator. Each one gives you different access to Google Analytics:

User:
Can look at and read reports, but cannot change them
May be restricted to specific profiles
Cannot modify any of the account settings

Administrator:
Has control like an account owner
May access all reports
Has permission to modify settings and can add other users
Can create profiles, filters, and goals

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