Jess Stratton gives you a look under-the-hood of Google Data Studio, what it can do and how it works. Discover data visualization and collaboration features including customizable charts, filterable graphs, data analysis capabilities, and sharing.
- [Voiceover] Google has a brand new product out called Data Studio. There are two versions of this product. The first one is an enterprise-based product that's currently in beta. Enterprise customers need to apply to be able to use it and it's not free. However, this first look is focusing on the free version called Google Data Studio. It can be found at google.com/analytics/data-studio. Currently only available in the US.
The free version will let you create up to five customer reports of data that you can edit and share with your coworkers. Here's a sample report that you can access at Google Data Studio to give you a taste of everything that you can do with this new product. Google Data Studio allows you to create a dashboard containing multiple interactive reports containing live data from all different data sources. If I hover my mouse over these charts, they're all interactive.
I can see the data, I can move over access points, and you can see how the data changes. You can filter the data, you can add metrics, you can even use styles to change the way a report looks. Finally, you can share your report with your coworkers, so that they can quickly see how the company is doing without having to navigate through a complicated spreadsheet. To access Google Data Studio and try it yourself, from the log screen, click the green Try it for Free button.
If you're not already logged in, you'll be prompted to log in, and you'll be brought to the main home screen.