Is Google In Page Analytics really a new feature
As you are aware there is a big buzz around a supposedly new feature which has appeared as a beta in Google analytics which lets you interact with your website visually. I agree it has lot of features and seems good too but it has been there for a long time under a different name and heading.
Yes you probably guessed it right. It was called Site overlay which very few people used as it was very limited and there was very less control over what can you do once you are in it.
In Page Analytics is basically a beefed up version of Site overlay with added funtionility using a bit existing functionalities which are available for those who like to squeze out everything out of the administrative section and custom reports area.
Anyway it is going to be liked by people who liked to tinker around in their spare time and those also who had a bit of hard time explaining it to their customers.
You can learn more here in this video posted by Google on Youtube.
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