How to add Dynamic Page Links in Google Data Studio

How to add Dynamic Page Links in Google Data Studio

Google added a new feature recently, the ability to add Dynamic Page Links in Google Data Studio. This looks to be a great new feature, and makes linking between multi-page reports much easier.

Thanks to Pat Strickler for first spotting these and sharing the update on Twitter!

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How to add a Feedback form to Google Data Studio

In this post I'll show you how to add a Feedback Form to Google Data Studio.

This will allow you and your team to post feedback about the Data Studio report, as well as to note any annotations or make comments on the data itself.

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How to automatically adjust Dimensions in Google Data Studio

In this post I'll show you have to automatically adjust Dimensions in Google Data Studio.

What I mean by this is that I'll show you how to set up a custom Dimension that changes based on another dimension.

I have to admit I wasn't clever enough to think this up on my own, and saw the brilliant Mehdi Oudjida show the method on Twitter.

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How to build an SEO dashboard in Google Data Studio

How to build an SEO dashboard in Google Data Studio

In this post I'll show you how to build an SEO dashboard in Google Data Studio.

I call it an "SEO (Search Engine Optimization) dashboard" as it focuses only on organic search traffic to a website. So hopefully you can use the information in the report to see what pages and search terms are bringing in traffic from search engine results pages.

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A Data Studio of Ice and Fire

A Data Studio of Ice and Fire

Since we're in the final stretch of Game of Thrones, I thought I'd find a dataset and have a play around in Google Data Studio.

I found some good episode data on Kaggle, so used that for the second page of the report.

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A Daily Analytics dashboard in Google Data Studio

A Daily Analytics dashboard in Google Data Studio

In this post I've created a Daily Analytics Dashboard in Google Data Studio. Although it shows the performance of the past week, I call it a 'Daily Dashboard' because its the type of dashboard I would like to check it with daily.

I wanted to make something that showed the performance of the website so far that day, and for the previous week.

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How to Translate Survey Responses using Google Sheets

How to Translate Survey Responses using Google Sheets

In this blog post I'll show you how to translate survey responses using Google Sheets!

Let's assume you have a survey running in which the responses may be in multiple languages. What's the easiest way to quickly and simply translate them to a language you're more comfortable with?

In this post I'll show you how you can use some Google Sheets formulas to translate survey responses.

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How to create Trigger Groups in Google Tag Manager

How to create Trigger Groups in Google Tag Manager

In this post I'll give a very simple example of the new Trigger Groups feature in Google Tag Manager.

For a more substantial and thorough look at Trigger Groups check out;

But I'll give you a very simple example - with doggos!

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An overview of all Google Data Studio Chart types in 2019

An overview of all Google Data Studio Chart types in 2019

In this post I'll give a run down of all the different Google Data Studio chart types in 2019.

Google Data Studio is constantly changing and improving, and it is adding new features all the time!

So this can serve as a overview of the different default Google Data Studio chart types in 2019.

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How to display Google Form results in Data Studio

How to display Google Form results in Data Studio

In this post I'll show you how to display Google Form results in Data Studio.

Google Forms are very useful for informal market research, gathering opinions on social media and deciding where to go for the office Christmas party!

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