Google data studio is a client analytic web service that helps web owners understand web analytic data into comprehensible information.
It effectively data into easy-to-understand reports using data visualization.
These reports can be read, share and even customize easily for clients. Furthermore, users customize can select how to present the data bar. the options include on graphs, charts, line graphs and so on.
How to Access Google Data Studio
Like any other Google service, Google Data Studio requires your Gmail address.
- Proceed to visit https://www.google.com/analytics/data-studio.
- Log in using your Google Analytics login information.
Note that Right you might be restricted limited functionalities. If you using a free google analytics account.
Google allows free analytics users to create five custom reports.
Straight away after logging in, google gives you a feel of what to expect from Google data studio. There are several samples of reports that you can generate and information you can pull in. The static images will descriptively show how you can get this done.
“Welcome To Data Studio”
Scroll down and click on welcome to Data Studio. You will be redirected to a visual, interactive tutorial on how to use Data Studio and how to get started. Ensure not to skip the videos.
Other introduction videos are available on YouTube and how to create your first report.
The upper left-hand corner on the home page, there is Reports and Data Sources. Under the reports, users can create reports and data visualizations.
Google Data Studio uses the familiar Google Drive interface
To create start a new report.
- Click on the blue plus (+) icon. (located at the bottom right-hand corner)
- Accept the terms and conditions
Why You Need GDS.
Web stat can be really confusing and the data can be scattered and unorganized with spreadsheets. Hence the bottom line of this service is to make web stats easy to comprehend.
These data presentation and report can serve as a tool when talking to clients one on one. You can also email the data report.
As such clients can easily understand your data with or without you being there.