ʻO kahi mea hana maikaʻi loa e hoʻopilikia i nā pāʻālua huli ʻo Google Analytics

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Oh, those smarties at Google with all their tools! Last week, a client was having some issues with their Google Analytics tracking, trying to segment visitors that were logged in versus those who were not. Central to the troubleshooting was ensuring the right events and data were being passed in to Google. I showed him how I would troubleshoot using the Network tab in Google Chrome's Developer Tools.

This weekend, he showed me one better… Google has it's own Chrome plugin, the ʻO Google Analytics Debugger. ʻO ke kumu, ke hoʻohuli ʻoe i ka mea debugger, ua hoʻonohonoho maikaʻi ʻia nā loli āpau i hoʻouna ʻia iā Google i kāu JavaScript Console o kāu mau mea hana Chrome.

Hōʻalo ʻo Google Analytics Pixel Debugger

Maʻemaʻe kekahi o nā loiloi… e nīnau nei inā kākoʻo paha ia Nā Kūlana Kūʻai (it states that it does). We're not upgraded to Universal Analytics (yet) but it appears to be working okay for me.

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