This enables your expert to access your Google Analytics account during your sessions without seeing your password. You have full control of contributor access. After your final Sixty session, you can remove your expert’s access to the Google Analytics account.

Step 1: Log in to your Google Analytics account.

Navigate to analytics.google.com and sign in with your account. 

Click Next.

Enter your password, and click Next.

Step 2: Access your website data and account.

In the top left corner, click on All Web Site Data to select which site you want to give your expert permissions to. 

*Note: If you have multiple sites in your Google Analytics account, and you want your expert to help you with several of them, you'll need to repeat this process for each site you want your expert to have access to.

Click the site you want to give permissions to.

Click Admin at the bottom left.

Step 3: Invite your expert.

Click on User Management.

Enter your expert's email address in the box under Add Permissions For.

Next to the box, click the drop down arrow that says Read & Analyze.

This drop down shows what permissions you will give to your expert. Click the checkmark boxes next to Read & Analyze, Collaborate, and Edit to give your expert full permissions.

Click the box next to Notify user by email, so that your expert will be made aware they've been given permissions to work on your account.

Click Add.

You’ve now successfully added your expert as an admin to your Google Analytics account! Since you elected to notify them by email, they'll receive an email letting them know they can get started.

Step 4: Removing your expert from your Google Analytics account.

After your final session with an expert, you’ll want to remove access from them. Don’t worry, if you decide to do another session, you can go through this process again.

Navigate to the User Management section from your profile as before.

Click Delete.

Confirm that you want to remove this user from your account by clicking Delete User.

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