Google Analytics is a must-have for all websites, therefore the sooner you set it up the more thoroughly you will be enlightened on intending and regular purchasers.
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Go to https://marketingplatform.google.com/about/analytics/, choose the ‘Sign In’ or ‘Sign Up’ option (if you haven’t been registered yet) and fill in all the required information:
Having filled all the necessary information, go to the bottom of the page and click the ‘Get Tracking ID’ button. Then use ‘I Accept’ if you agree with Google Analytics terms of usage.
To see your ID go to the Admin Panel>ACCOUNT column> PROPERTY column>Tracking Info>Tracking Code. The ID number has the next form: UA-XXXXXX-X.
!You will have to wait for Google to check the data and let you track the activity on your website. The best way to check it is to go to Real-Time Analytics!
Let's assume that you use the first version of Magento, track user activity and manage not only external, but also the internal store performance. You can also apply Admin Actions Log for Magento 2 if needed.