We’re happy to announce the availability of DNN Google Analytics Advanced 03.01.00. This release adds support for Google Analytics’ User ID feature to track user across multiple devices. Continue reading
Update: DNN Google Analytics Advanced 03.01.00 offers a checkbox to easily switch the User ID feature on and off and no longer require the steps below.
One of the great benefits of Google Universal about Google Analytics Classic is the User ID feature (see here for more information). In a nutshell, this feature allows you to track your users across different devices (such as phone, tablet or desktop). Technically, you provide the user’s id to Google Analytics (after the user has logged in) so that Google Analytics is able to recognize the user even after he has switched the device. Since DNN does not offer support for Google Analytics Universal out-of-the-box, DNN Google Analytics Advanced is a great help in setting up this feature. Continue reading
We’re happy to announce the availability of DNN Google Analytics Advanced 03.00.00. With this major release, we refactored the user interface of our well-known Google Analytics module and made it “DNN 9 compatible”. Continue reading
We’re happy to announce the availability of DNN Google Analytics Advanced 02.04.00 (for DNN 8 and DNN 9) and 01.06.00 (for DNN 7). These releases add support for two new license types “trial” and “limited”. Continue reading
We’re happy to announce the availability of DNN Google Analytics Advanced 02.03.01 (for DNN 8 and DNN 9) and 01.05.01 (for DNN 7). These maintenance releases fix problems that could cause rendering problems in Internet Explorer if the “X-UA-Compatible” is used. Continue reading
As of the recently released version 02.03.00, DNN Google Analytics Advanced supports Google Analytics Universal. When adding Google Analytics to your website, you basically can choose between two kinds of integration: Google Analytics Classic and Google Analytics Universal. Google Analytics Classic is still supported, but the latter is the recommended one and Google encourages everyone to migrate to Universal to benefit from the latest features (see this Google article). Continue reading
Update: As of version 03.00.00, DNN Google Analytics Advanced smoothly integrates into DNN 9’s Persona Bar and lets you configure the Google Analytics settings even more user friendly (see here).
DNN 9 was released some days ago. This major release introduces a new admin experience (the “Persona Bar”). Almost all admin modules from DNN 8 have been rewritten as Persona Bar extensions to fit into this new concept. But some admin and host modules were not part of the migration and it seems that they are no longer on the roadmap for future development. As you can see in this detailed list, the Google Analytics Module is one of those discontinued modules. In a fresh DNN 9 installation, this module is still installed, but you can’t use it – there us no page for configuring the module. So with DNN 9, there is no means for entering your Google Analytics Tracking ID.
We’re happy to announce the availability of DNN Google Analytics Advanced 02.03.00. This is a important release which adds support for Google Analytics Universal to DNN. Continue reading
With version 02.01.00 of our DNN Google Analytics Advanced module, we’ve introduced a great feature: The management and tracking of redirects. This allows for settings up specific URLs for campaigns, newsletters, QR codes and other shortlinks, which redirect to a certain page, while these redirects are tracked in your Google Analytics account. Thus, you can easily analyze the number of hits etc. to these URLs, giving you a powerful means to control your marketing activities. All this can be achieved without a single line of coding, using DNN Google Analytics Advanced’s comfortable web interface. Continue reading
We’re happy to announce the availability of DNN Google Analytics Advanced 02.02.01. This is a maintenance release that fixes CryptographicException that could arise under special circumstances and some warnings and errors from DNN’s EVS (Extension Verification Service) to ensure maximum compatibility to all hosting environments. Continue reading