Disabling Google Analytics
  • 07 Sep 2022
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Disabling Google Analytics

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Article Summary

Google Analytics is a tool that helps in analyzing your website and app users. It provides valuable insights that can help you to shape the success strategy of your business.

Sometimes, your organizations may not want to track user activity in the app. For example, you don’t want to track admin user actions in the app. During such scenarios, you can pass the following code along with the necessary parameters.

The complete list of fields captured by Google Analytics is provided in the Fields Reference.

Use the following steps to disable sharing of data with Google Analytics,

  1. Navigate to the Whatfix Dashboard.

  2. On the top right, click the Settings icon

  3. Click Analytics.

  4. Disable the Enable Google Analytics and Send All Events checkboxes in the Google Analytics section.

  • Usually, organizations use these fields to pass on User, User group, or User Role information. If these fields are unused, Whatfix uses the first field to send a User ID to identify end users.
  • The User ID is a randomly generated unique string, and by default, this does not contain any Personally Identifiable Information (PII).

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