May 17th, 2007 | Published in Google Analytics
If you've been waiting to get access to the new interface, you don't have to wait any longer. Now everyone has access to the new Google Analytics. You'll also be able to use the previous version of Google Analytics until July 18th. If there are specific reports in the previous version of Google Analytics that you'd like to find in the new interface, try using the Report Finder tool. If you haven't viewed the Tour, you may find it to be a helpful introduction to the new Google Analytics.
I love the new Google Analytics and I believe it goes a long way towards percolating data up to the surface where it can be seen by the right people. But rather than hear more about it from me, I thought I'd point out a few other posts on the new Google Analytics interface:
In "Welcome to the New Google Analytics", Justin from EpikOne provides an in-depth overview of how to use sticky URL’s, custom dashboards, and the date range selector.
Want to know how to get started off on the right foot with the new Google Analytics? Check out Avinash Kaushik's blog post.
Erik Dafforn's gives a wrap-up in "New Google Analytics: Built for Search Marketers" on ClickZ.
Adam Ostrow takes a detailed look at setting goals, local conversion data, and more in "27 Features That Make Google Analytics Best of Breed."
Speaking for all of us on the Google Analytics team, enjoy!