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Google Analytics property moving query

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Hello All,

I have a question.In the recent update GA allows us property moving that is i now can move a property from one account to other.

But can i move one property to another place who is using other google id?

Suppose i have a gmail id:test@gmail.com,under that i have one property A,

Now Suppose there is another person who have another gamilid:test1@gmail.com.

My question is can i move property A from test@gmail.com to test1@gmail.com with this new feature?


Or this new feature can only allow me to move property under a single google account?


Thanks

Google Analytics property moving query

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From the Google Analytics documentation: "To move a property, you must have the Manage Users and Edit permissions for both the source and destination accounts."

 

So while it's possible to move a property from one GA Account to another, it's only possible if you yourself have Manage Users AND Edit permissions on both accounts.

 

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No no,you misunderstood.Moving a property from one account to another GA
account is possible I know.My question is if transition is possible between
two completely different mail accounts.Suppose I have a GA property created
with abc@gmail.com,now i want to move it to another mail account
xyz@gmail.com.I am talking about mail account level not GA account clubbed
under same mail account.
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Google Analytics property moving query

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Sorry for the late reply. But no, that's not possible as such, since it's already possible using the usual account management.

If you want to transfer ownership for example of a GA Account from abc@gmail.com to xyz@gmail.com then simply:

 

1. Make sure abc@gmail.com has User Management rights on the GA Account

2. Add xyz@gmail.com as a user on Account Level, and delegate the same User Management rights

3. Remove abc@gmail.com from GA Account.