Google Analytics V2 BETA released

Frontend Google Analytics for your users

Today we released the 1st BETA version of the Google Analytics Add-on for GeoDirectory V2.

You can download it from your account area now. If it’s not in your account area you can buy it here (its free): https://wpgeodirectory.com/downloads/category/addons/

Google Analytics

Anyone who used GDv1 might be wondering “is that not built into core?“…
In GDv1 it was built into core but not everyone used it and the Google API framework code needs to all be included even if all you use is a tiny part of it like we do which adds up to almost 6mb! So now it’s a free addon 🙂

The backend settings are pretty much the same, the functionality of the plugin remains the same, you can easily link your Google Analytics account to your site with just a few clicks and have it insert the tracking code for you.

The way the frontend works now it slightly different, there is a widget/shortcode/block to display things on the frontend, you can now easily set the button text and choose who the analytics are shown to, you can now also show it to “Everyone” even logged out users, which is new 🙂

Please report bugs in the dedicated forum as usual: https://wpgeodirectory.com/support/forum/google-analytics-add-on/google-analytics-add-on-support/

Published by Stiofan O'Connor

Stiofan O'Connor is the co-founder and CEO of AyeCode LTD. With his business partner Paolo, they are the makers of the GeoDirectory, UsersWP and Invoicing plugins for WordPress. He is a Full Stack developer specialized in WordPress development. Stiofan started building websites as a hobby in the early 2000s with PHP at first. He then moved to the CodeIgniter Web Framework for a while before discovering WordPress and ever since he never looked back. Today his WordPress themes and plugins are used with success by +100.000 active websites.

2 thoughts on “Google Analytics V2 BETA released

  1. this is great

  2. Great! I feel the release party is coming soon 😉
    Want to share the date?

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