One powerful option for keeping track of how your content is used is through the use of Google Analytics. This service tracks how many people visit your content, where they are located, and how much time they spend on each page, to name just a few metrics.
If you already have a Google Analytics account, you can use your tracking number to keep up with how your content is being viewed. To add your tracking number to a module or collection, go to the metadata tab and find the Google Analytics field:
Copy the tracking code you want to use into the field and click “Save”. Note that for collections, the Google Analytics code is linked to your collection home page and will only update when the home page is visited. It will not update if someone visits a module within your collection. To keep track of this information, you will need to insert your tracking code into the metadata section for each individual module.
If you do not already have a Google Analytics account but would like to take advantage of this feature, you can sign up for an account at the Google Analytics site. For help on setting up your account, see the Google Analytics help page.
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