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Deleting Old Property - Affecting New Property?

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Hello Google Forums,

 

Recently my website had an DNS switch.

 

After the Switch, I created a new property on Analytics to keep track of the new site. 

 

Though we have switch domains, old search results and links to our old site can be found.

 

My main question is, I am wondering if I delete my old property (which has the same info on the new property),

 

Will it affect my new property though we transferred all the data from the old property to the new property?

 

Thank you!

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Generally speaking, properties are always separate to your digital assets. When you say you created a new property and received the data in the same, I assume the data is populated using some of your integrations with other Google products. There is no way you can transfer data across properties in GA

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Generally speaking, properties are always separate to your digital assets. When you say you created a new property and received the data in the same, I assume the data is populated using some of your integrations with other Google products. There is no way you can transfer data across properties in GA

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Thank you JYOT!