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Google analytics

Myself and another employee designed a website for my company. He added google analytics but has not given anyone access.

It is important that those above get access to this information and we've locked him out of the website process.

I've used google analytics before on a personal site. If he already created an account what is the solution?

Do we create a google account just for the site? My google account is site owner, I could change that I suppose.


Anyways they want to know how customers use the site. They are my bosses. I need to give them what they want.


Have a great day,
Thanks for the help
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
For one site where my customer wanted to share with his advertising people, I created a new email address and Google Analytics account.  You also have to change all the Google Analytics javascript on all the pages for the new account.  When you've done that, the other employee will no longer be part of it.
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