If you already use Google Analytics to track your website's performance, you'll want to add your online form's universal data.
You can sign up to Google Analytics here: https://marketingplatform.google.com/about/analytics/
You can either have your form data merge with an existing Analytics property or you will need to create a new Analytics Property and add your form's URL in the Website URL section.
We'll go step-by-step in integrating your form with a new Analytics Property.
1. Go to your MightyForms profile
On the upper-righthand corner, you can find your profile icon, click it to show the dropdown menu.
2. Get your unique Username URL
You can find your shared username right underneath where you can change your password.
Your username is automatically created based on your email, but you can choose to customize it by clicking 'Change'.
Your custom Username URL will always be:
IMPORTANT: MightyForms allows you to create a custom URL for your account and for your form. Make sure you have the most updated URL to add to your Google Analytics account.
3. Create New Property
Sign in to your Google Analytics Account.
Click on the 'Admin' button on the lower-left corner.
Click on '+Create Property
4. Set up Analytics Property
Google Analytics can be very intuitive. The first step you select what you want to measure, as in, where your form will be used.
Then you add details about your form and your business.
In the Website URL field, add your unique Username URL.
5. Get Tracking Code
Once your Property is created, select the Property you create in Admin.
Go to Tracking Info, then Tracking Code:
Copy the Tracking ID and head over to your MightyForms Dashboard.
6. Select a Form in MightyForms
Either select an existing form from your MightyForms dashboard or you can:
7. Go to Settings
On the upper-right hand side of your form, you'll see the Settings button.
8. Go to Advanced Settings
Click on Advanced Settings. This is where you can add your Google Analytics Tracking ID.
9. Paste your Google Analytics ID and click Save
That's it! Now your form is connected to Google Analytics. You'll be able to track universal data from your online form straight in your Google Analytics reports.
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