I've activated the Google Analytics plugin for the l10n blog, but I have to configure it before I can begin tracking traffic to the blog. The problem is that despite being the admin for the blog, I'm told that I don't have permissions to configure the plugin. How do I get the rights to configure this?
We desperately need analytics turned on for this blog. Can we start looking at this please?
Priority: P2 → P1
Bulk move to Websites::blogs component, per bug 1353528
Component: blog.mozilla.org → blogs
Component: blogs → WebOps: Blogs
Product: Websites → Infrastructure & Operations
Jeff, I'm so sorry this bug went unread for 5 years. The component this was filed under wasn't maintained well and I just now got it moved over to the correct team. I'm assuming (or at least hoping) someone has since helped you with this request?
Hey Ryan, Sorry, I didn't even notice your comment, it's been so long :-) No, this has not yet been addressed. We would still really like to get analytics on the blog. Thakns, Jeff
Hey Jeff, WebOps is going through old bugs and I found this, I will be moving this into our backlog and it should get picked up in the next couple of sprints. Sorry about the 5 year delay! :) - Joey
Hey Jeff, Just logged into GA and there appears to be data coming in from the l10n blog. Do you have access to this URL? https://analytics.google.com/analytics/web/#embed/report-home/a36116321w64880900p140694310/ If not, we need to work with Marketing to get you an account.
(In reply to Joey Krejci [:joeyk] from comment #6) > Hey Jeff, > > Just logged into GA and there appears to be data coming in from the l10n > blog. Do you have access to this URL? > > https://analytics.google.com/analytics/web/#embed/report-home/ > a36116321w64880900p140694310/ > > If not, we need to work with Marketing to get you an account. Hey Joey, I don't have access to that. Who in marketing do we need to speak to?
I think just filing a Bug here: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=Marketing&component=General for a user request should be sufficient enough.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 6 months ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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