Get Client ID, Client Secret and Developer API Key for Google Developers Console Application

Here is a video guide specially made for Analytify WordPress Plugin users.

The following are the simple steps that can help you to get your Client ID, Client Secret and Developer API Key for your Web Apps or WordPress plugins from Google Developers Console. We wrote this tutorial for Analytify users but It can be beneficial for everyone.

Steps to Get Google Client ID and Client Secret key


You need to create a Project in Google Developer Console. Click here to go to the Console page. It will ask you to login with your Google Account if you are not logged in already. If you have already created Projects in Google Developers Console, you will see the list of created projects. If not, the following screen will appear.


In both scenarios, Click on the ‘Create Project‘ button. A page will redirect, where you will enter ‘Project Name‘ and ‘Project ID‘ which will help you to recognize your project in the console.


By clicking on the Create button, Your project will be created and redirects you to the dashboard, where you will find and Go to APIs Overview you have to click on this option.


After Clicking on the Go to APIs Overview, Your new project's APIs & Services dashboard will open.


Now you need to select a Library. Go to the Library page from the navigation menu > APIs & Services > Library from the left corner icon.

Now first Search Google Analytics API and then search the Google Analytics Reporting API.

Select & Enable them both one by one.


After Enabling the both APIs click on the top Left side Google APIs option.


Now Click the OAuth consent screen option from the left side menu and select External Option & click on the Create button.

Now add app information and click on save and continue button in all steps.

A new window will open in the OAthu Consent screen where you have to click on the Publish app and confirm the Publish App.


After Confirming the App, now click on the Credentials option from the left sidebar menu and click on the create credentials option and select OAuth client ID.

A new window will open where you have to select the Application typeWebsite Application” from the drop-down list.

Now enter Information Name & Authorized redirect URls.

For the Analytify WordPress plugin, you will get Authorized Redirects URIs from Analytify > Settings > Advanced tab.

Authorized Redirects URIs

After clicking on Create Button a popup will appear where you will find the Client ID and Secret ID. Copy them one by one and paste them inside the Analytify > Settings > Advanced tab.

Client ID and Client Secret in Google Developers Console

Here you need to enable the “Do you want to use your own API keys?” option and get the Redirect URL. Copy the URL and paste it into Authorized redirect URI and click on the create button.

Paste Client ID and Client Secret in plugin settings – Google Developers Console.

After pasting the Google Client ID and Client Secret, and Redirect URL in plugin settings, save the settings and log in with your Google Analytics Account to connect with Analytify.

Next, you have to authenticate your Google Analytics account with Analytify, In order to do this go to Analytify>Authentication and click on Login with your Google Analytics Account

After clicking here you will be redirected to Google Accounts, you have to select your Google Account that is associated with your Google Analytics account.

In the next step, it will ask you to Allow the permissions. you have to click on the Allow button.

You will be redirected back to Analytify>Profiles here you need to select profiles of tracking and profiles for showing analytics inside WordPress Dashboard.

Congratulations! you have successfully implemented the Google Analytics APIs key for Analytics Tracking inside Analytify. This is how you can get the Client ID and Client Secret key from Google Developers Search Console.

33 thoughts on “Get Client ID, Client Secret and Developer API Key for Google Developers Console Application

    1. Hey, you are Premium Customer right ??

      You don’t need to enter Keys. Just authenticate and paste the Access code and it should work.

      Check this video for Premium customers.

  1. Hi,

    I just installed the plugin and it looks really great. But I miss the click route people have. Where can I see on a page where people came from and what page they went to after this particular page or post? I can’t find it in the overview.

    Thanks for your reply in advance.

  2. You should update this tutorial. Google has changed its layout and your instructions do not reflect the actual page.

    I am getting a 401 error when requesting “Get your access code”.

  3. Hi,,
    I created oauth for installed application i.e., android correctly, but when i downloaded json file in that client secret key is missing.How do i find it, is google changed their policy? Pls help me to find client secret key.

    1. In recent update to WP Analytify, You don’t need access code. Simply login with your Google account and you will be connect.

      Update your WP Analytify please.

      1. Ok, thanks. How do I update it Adnan!

        Just to let you know, that when I t to get short url from inside my blog, it went error, and then I couldn’t access my pages, so had to deactivate the plugin! So hope the updated version works.


        1. This what I get. Please advise. Thanks!

          Fatal error: Uncaught exception ‘Shortify_WP_Google_Service_Exception’ with message ‘Error calling POST (403) Daily Limit for Unauthenticated Use Exceeded. Continued use requires signup.’ in /home3/becomey1/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-shortify/src/Google/Http/REST.php:79 Stack trace: #0 /home3/becomey1/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-shortify/src/Google/Http/REST.php(44): Shortify_WP_Google_Http_REST::decodeHttpResponse(Object(Shortify_WP_Google_Http_Request)) #1 /home3/becomey1/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-shortify/src/Google/Client.php(503): Shortify_WP_Google_Http_REST::execute(Object(Shortify_WP_Google_Client), Object(Shortify_WP_Google_Http_Request)) #2 /home3/becomey1/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-shortify/src/Google/Service/Resource.php(195): Shortify_WP_Google_Client->execute(Object(Shortify_WP_Google_Http_Request)) #3 /home3/becomey1/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-shortify/src/Google/Service/Urlshortener.php(136): Shortify_WP_Google_Service_Resou in /home3/becomey1/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-shortify/src/Google/Http/REST.php on line 79

  4. Help me please. I used to upload video on youtube channel – i have YOUTUBE_DEVELOPER_KEY
    gdata sends me error now. As a solve of this problem i wanted to go for API3 but it tells me to use
    CLIENT_SECRETS_FILE = “client_secrets.json”
    What is it? A once more new KEY? Or I cen gen it from

  5. Hi,
    After I configure my own API key, when I try to login with google analytics account I get 403 Forbidden error.
    What is the problem?

  6. Hi,
    After I configure my own analytics API key in the plugin when I try to login to my google analytics account I get 403 forbidden error.
    What is the problem?

  7. I’m getting a similar issue to Mohammad. When I try to authenticate with my own API, it connects to Google, but once I click allow it redirects me back to a 404 page on my site instead of the analytify authentication page.

  8. Hello ! i am trying to authenticate using this script:

    from pydrive.auth import GoogleAuth
    from import GoogleDrive

    gauth = GoogleAuth()

    if gauth.credentials is None:
    elif gauth.access_token_expired:

    drive = GoogleDrive(gauth)

    but i got this error: KeyError: ‘_module’
    how can i fix it ?? thanks !

  9. Thanks a lot, Adnan. It was really helpful. I’ve tried other steps and almost gave up till I met this. I followed the procedure step by step and it got me the result I needed.

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