Analytics assets can be shared in the Solutions Gallery only if they are created in the reporting view.
They cannot be shared in any other views. This is due to the fact that they can only be shared in configuration information and not in personal information.
When you share Analytics assets in the Solutions Gallery, you need to remember to give the appropriate permissions to those who need to view them.
If you create a Custom Dimensions asset in the Solution Gallery, you cannot share it with other users.
However, you can share other assets in the gallery, including custom reports, dashboards, and segments.
However, you cannot share any private data or custom dimensions, including your username or password.
In addition, you cannot export your data or import it from other sources.
The Analytics Solutions Gallery allows you to share customized reporting tools and assets.
These assets can include custom reports, dashboards, segments, goals, and more.
When sharing, however, you must ensure that your users are able to access the shared version of your solutions.
The only exception to this is if you have created a solution that only shares your own custom dimensions.
If you are interested in sharing your custom reports or dashboards, there are some additional steps you can take.
While you can share dashboards and custom reports, you cannot share custom attribution models in the Solutions Gallery.
However, you can share segments, goals, and dashboards with others.
Solutions Gallery lets you share your configuration data, not your personal data.
While it’s possible to share the theme, the individual qualification test includes updated questions.
You cannot share Custom Dimensions assets in the Solutions Gallery. You can only share your Analytics configuration with other users.
In addition, you cannot share your Analytics metrics and custom dimensions with others.
However, you can share the configuration of your custom reports and dashboards with others.
If you want to share Analytics data, you can use Analytics Utm_adgroup instead.
The custom segments that you create will not be visible to other users who have access to your York University account.
However, you can share them with colleagues. To share them, go to the Admin panel and choose Share template.
Then, select “Share in the Solutions Gallery” or “Share outside York University.”
You can also email the link to the segment and have the recipient apply it to their own account.
The Analytics Solutions Gallery contains pre-configured segments.
These segments are very useful when you’d like to share insights among your team members or to explain the value of a particular segment to clients.
However, you cannot share the actual Google Analytics data with your teammates.
For this reason, you can share the segments only with collaborators with read-level access.
To share custom segments with other users, you must edit the URL of the segment first.
To do this, go to the Analytics solutions gallery. Click “Share” in the top right corner.
Your dashboard will open up with your newly created Segment. When you share it, make sure to give it a name.
Once you’re done, you can rename and configure your segment. You can then save it as a segment.
Once you’ve made the necessary modifications, you can publish your segment to the solutions gallery.
However, be sure that your segment’s name does not contain any of the URLs you’ve previously shared.
Then, you can share it with your colleagues and customers.
Custom Attribution models
The first step in customizing attribution models is to select the type of attribution model you need.
If you want to understand how traffic channels influence the conversion process, you can use channel-based attribution models.
The next step is to add customizations to your custom attribution model.
Attribution modeling helps you allocate marketing funds wisely.
Organizations typically have a range of potential clients, with different preferences for marketing channels and forms of engagement.
With attribution models, you can develop personalized advertising campaigns to reach these target audiences and maximize ROI rates.
For example, if you’re targeting millennials, you can use a ‘first-time buyer’ model to determine the most effective time to contact them.
Another attribution model to try is the market motive model, which can be found in the Google Analytics custom model gallery.
This model uses real-life data to estimate costs and determine which sources are responsible for generating leads.
It is ideal for organizations with lengthy lead nurturing processes and a large number of touch points during the sale.
It also allows marketers to make better use of their resources, reducing the cost per conversion to a manageable level.
In addition to attribution models, you can share custom reporting tools and assets in the Analytics solution gallery.
In general, you can share segments, goals, and dashboards in the solutions gallery.
The configuration data you share in the gallery will be completely private.
By using the solution gallery, you can share your custom report, segments, and segments with other Analytics users.