Join Morten Rand-Hendriksen for an in-depth discussion in this video Configuring options, part of WordPress Plugins: Analytics (2014).
…Now that Google Analyticator is set up and authorized with Google Analytics…we can take a closer look at the rest of the settings.…So if you remember, we get to the settings by going to the Admin…panel in your site, going to Settings and then Google Analytics and from here.…You have your basic settings which we configured in the…previous movie, and then we have a set of extra…settings that we can use to fully configure exactly what…Google Analytics tracks and who gets to see those statistics.…First off, we have tracking settings, and here we can use the drop…down to decide whether or not you want to track all logged in users.…
So here we can set it either Yes which is the default or we can change it to No.…And if you set it to No you'll prevent Google…Analytics from tracking people who are logged into the site.…So as I explained in the previous chapter, sometimes you may want to track the people…who are logged into the site and other times you may not want to track them.…But in most cases you want to leave this at…
- Installing and activating the plugins
- Configuring settings
- Connecting to a Google Analytics account
- Setting up Piwik on your server
- Viewing stats