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Unfortunately this would not be possible. Those pages do not use the master page and the only way to get custom code to those is with an App for Office. Those, however, wouldn't load the Google Analytics tracking code on every page request. If this were on-premise, you could do some custom stuff in IIS to make it happen. But there isn't anything you can ...


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The major difference in statistics between Google Analytics and SharePoint Stats comes from the method they use to track page views and visitors. Google Analytics uses a more accurate method by setting a cookie on the user's browser which means the user is most likely to be a real user as opposed to an automate computer program. Read More about it ...


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We've got Google Analytics on one of our internal 2007 web applications. We've got the code embedded on the master page as well as creating some custom events to track. This isn't deep analytics in our scenario as the site is pretty small, but it does let us know what information is being utilized. The upshot of this is that it works better than auditing....


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Stack Overflow answer I am posting my own answer because I couldn't when I searched and I hope this might help someone else in the future. First you want to configure the site search settings: Sign in to Google Analytics Click Admin, and navigate to the account in which you want to create the filter. In the ACCOUNT column, click View Settings Turn on "...


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You can migrate your google site to SharePoint site using following tools: Metalogix Tool to migrate google site to SharePoint CLOUDIWAY Collaborative Sites Migration BitTitan Community There are many more tools available on market, some needs license and some provide you trials as well. So depending on your needs you can go with any one of them.


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You should get to know about Google Analytics, Google Analytics is a web analytics service provided by Google and the most interesting part is, it is a freeware. It can be used to track and report the website traffic. You may get lots of blogs regarding Google Analytics for SharePoint. Listed few below, https://www.harepoint.com/Articles/...


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You are not writting version and SP2010 analytics is different than SP2013, so in a nutshell: SharePoint 2010 itself without any 3rd party tool records page / list / library / item opening with links and numbers, you can check the "Top active pages" report on a SC level for last (month, week, year...) in a simple page generated by the service if it is ...


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I have recently done this for our SP site. The goal was to create an analytics dashboard for leadership that they could reference at any time without having to have a GA account or remember a password. The Google Embed API allows you to display analytics data in your own site or pages. I have used a content editor webpart to embed the charts. Normally the ...


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Turn on Usage and Health data collection. This is your first step. This will get you data on which pages users access. This will all be stored in the Usage Database. The Usage database is the ONLY database microsoft will support you modifying for your use. Once logging is enabled you can run custom queries or reports from the Usage data base to get the ...


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I've just implemented this on an external web site using jQuery and _gaq.push(). Fairly easy to implement and quite handy to use fiddler and/or console to se what output you get. You'll get tracking of PDF download as a bonus! Example project There are a number of ways how to implement this, but there are a few prerequisites. In order to get this to work ...


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I've had to do this with jQuery in the past. On document ready, I'd look for any hyperlinks that were outside the domain and add an OnClick function.


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