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get old Google Analytics page format

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Previous on Google Analytics  home page I could see all the clients that I support with a row for each client.  I would show number of visitors and bounce rate.  That way I can get a quick glance of the analytics and expand any client in detail.

 

With this new interface, I have to go through each one manually one by one.  I have close to 40 clients to look at!!!

 

Is there a way to see all of them on one page?

 

Who designs all the interfaces, guess the aren't working webmasters!!!

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Accepted by topic author boris u
February 2017

get old Google Analytics page format

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Hi :-)
If you click the orange GA Icon at the upper left of the interface then it should bring up the Accounts Home table like it used to, you can then just expand/contract the GA Accounts and Properties and Views by clicking on the related icon at the start of each row in the same way as before

There is also a small arrow at the very bottom of the left navigation pane so as to expand/collapse to make more screen space on the right

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get old Google Analytics page format

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Thanks for pointing that out.  Not the best way as a UI 

 

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get old Google Analytics page format

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I agree, it was sheer luck I noticed it while just clicking around checking out the changes. 

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