What’s Next for Google Analytics? | Axios
A new version of Google Analytics is coming.
The first release of the new version will be coming to a lot of web and mobile apps this coming weekend, and it’s expected to be a big upgrade for Google.
The new version is based on a technology called predictive programming.
It can automatically predict your next visit to a website or search engine based on past behavior, including your location.
You can also learn more about how Google thinks about your search history by going to the Analytics home page and selecting “More.”
The new update comes after Google’s own predictive programming system, called Audience Analytics, made some major improvements last year.
Users can now see all the people and events that have visited Google sites and services over the past two years, including the number of times the user has clicked on a particular link or searched for a specific keyword.
Users also now get to see how people are using the services and the types of searches they’re performing.
And if you click on the “More” button at the top right of your Analytics dashboard, you’ll see a section called “Your Profile.”
Google Analytics, which is now the go-to analytics platform for businesses and businesses that rely on social media for data, is now available in over 140 countries and territories.