If you’re implementing Google Analytics via Analytify, there’s no need to do it with Google Tag Manager as well. In fact, implementing Google Analytics with both Analytify and Google Tag Manager can skew your stats, since the tracking code will be on your site twice.
However, if you’re using Analytify, you can still use Google Tag Manager to implement other code (besides Google Analytics) without any issues.
If you want to use GTM for tracking then uncheck the tracking feature (the “Install JS option” from plugin settings -> profile tab ) from Analytify and use only reports feature. If you want to use e-commerce tracking for your WooCommerce add-on store then I recommend to exclude Google Analytics tag from GTM and use Analytify Tracking with Reporting.
Note: We are working on GTM Tracking Integration with Analytify, stay tuned.
Who can see the analytics? Yes, you can give access to any specific user role. There are plugin settings in the Dashboard Tab which you can add/remove the user roles who you want access e.g you want to show stats to your Authors only.
Multisite, whether they are directory or subdomain type, will have one license for each site. one code of appsumo contains 5 licenses. So you can use that on 5 subsites under multisite network.
because you have to authenticate and connect each site separately.
Yes, Analytify works with Free version and Analytics 360 (Premium) per year cost is 150,000 USD per year. Analytify should work with Analytics 360 as well because We are using Advanced Google Analytics APIs and updating our backend APIs actively to keep up-to-date our Product.
You can stack up to 10 times that’s 50 sites in total. After you register with the first code, rest you will go for an upgrade till stack 9 listed in your account.
After you use all the discount codes from AppSumo, You can stack additional 50 sites from https://analytify.io/your-account/ for $299, You can pay via PayPal or Stripe, that will be 100 sites in total.
“Site Speed after analytify installation” doesn’t change. Analytify just adds Google Analytics JS script and configurations by Google. Our dashboard queries don’t load by default on the public end. All the processing load happens in plugin backend pages.
Our team is contributing to Gutenberg, TwentyNinteen theme and WordPress 5.0 and Yes we will add compatibility with Gutenberg and WordPress 5.0 in November this year.
Our public roadmap is available at https://trello.com/b/9ydx8AaS/roadmap-analytify
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Analytify is a WordPress plugin, not a cloud-based application not it works with Shopify.
Yes, Analytify works beautifully with wordpress.com business plan.
check it out at https://analytify.io/ga-wordpress-com-business-plan