Why connect Google Analytics to Seidat?

  • See what slides your viewers have visited and for how long.
  • Determine how your content is performing by analyzing viewers' behavior.
  • Free and easy to set up.

Don't have a Google Analytics account?

  1. Sign up for Google Analytics for free at google.com/analytics.
  2. Choose website tracking at the top (selected by default).
  3. In the Website URL section, choose the "https://" protocol and type in "app.seidat.com".
  4. Make sure to set up other settings (time zone etc).
  5. Click Get Tracking ID.

This will create a new Google Analytics account with a new property.

Already have an account?

Unless you are an advanced user, we recommend creating a separate property to make tracking your presentations easier.

Refer to the following guide to create a new analytics property: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1042508?hl=en

  1. Choose website tracking at the top (selected by default).
  2. In the Website URL section choose the "https://" protocol and type in "app.seidat.com".
  3. Make sure to set up other settings (time zone etc).
  4. Click Get Tracking ID.

Adding your Google Analytics tracking ID to Seidat

To start collecting analytics data you will need to provide your tracking ID on the Team Settings page.

The tracking ID consists of "UA" followed by several digits, for example: UA-000000-01.

Can't find your tracking ID?

Follow the "Find your Google Analytics ID" section of the following article: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1008080?hl=en

To ensure everything is working correctly, you can open any of your presentations in the browser (turn off any ad blocker extensions). Open another tab and navigate to the Google Analytics dashboard. Choose Realtime > Overview on the left. You should now be seeing at least one active user there.

Read more about Realtime here: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1638635?hl=en


  • Analytics data is only collected on presentation URLs (including Shared and Live presentations). Other pages in the app are left out.
  • Any use of ad blockers will most likely prevent analytics data collection.
  • Only slide views longer than 1s are recorded.
  • No personally identifiable information about the viewers is collected (e.g. emails and personal names).
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