Edit Button for Google Analytics Custom Reports with Chrome Extension by Tatvic

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Google is constantly making efforts to make the world a better place with their products and services. Recently, Google Analytics was reborn with the new features and a revamped desktop UI. These changes are rolling out globally on a gradual basis. We, as a reseller of Google Analytics, love the new features being rolled out. We are especially glad to have an insightful Homepage.

As the product is upgrading, we were exploring with an aim to get to know these changes in detail. One typical pain point is that of not having the "Edit” button on Google Analytics' Custom Report. For us, it is a basic task to create a custom report and edit it on the fly while analyzing the data collected in Google Analytics.

Everyone on the floor was asking each other, “When will Google add this Edit custom report button?”. And the other person replies, “Don’t know about that but anyway you can go to Custom Reports Overview page and select Edit from the Actions drop-down”.

 

edit button chrome extensionThis dialogue exchange inspired an internal discussion, we arrived at a fruitful decision to work on creating and launching a Chrome Plugin that will provide an Edit button on a temporary basis. Having an Edit button on the Custom Report itself will ease the process of editing the report and checking the data repeatedly.

 

chrmose extension for editing custom reports in google analyticsInitially, we had released this extension only internally. But after receiving positive feedback from all the users, we decided to roll out this extension globally as it was actually serving a purpose.

How to get it?

You can get this extension from the Chrome Web Store or simply click on the below button.

Click on Add to Chrome button and Voila! You’re good to go. Check our extension in the action.

 

edit custom reportsDownload the extension, use it and send us a feedback as to how you liked it and if there are any issues that you might face.

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