Real-time and advanced periodic alerts for Google Analytics.

#2 Product of the DayAugust 12, 2017 is an alert platform for Google Analytics.

Create real-time and advanced periodic alerts and get notified by Email, SMS, Slack or Twitter.

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Hi, is a powerful alert platform for Google Analytics. You can create real-time and advanced periodic alerts and get notified by email, SMS, Slack, Twitter or webhook. Started in January 2017 and went public beta this week. Any feedback is welcome. Cheers Nico
What is the use case for this?
@_seandavid Hi Sean, there's a number of use cases. Let me give you a few examples: - get notified about important events and being able to act fast (ex: campaigns and acquisition channels, conversions) - having a constant validation of your analytics implementation. Especially with more complex tag management implementations, a lot can break quickly without you finding out instantly - automation: use the webhook functionality as a basic DMP - making sure you're reaching certain targets/KPI's - or just getting a periodic update on your most important stats What I like to think is that only needs to answer one question: "should I act?" When you manage multiple sites/apps or a very complex one, going over all the data from one dashboard to another can be a time consuming task. With a decent alert setup that question will be answered for you every day. What you do next is up to you ;)
@nicolas_lierman thanks Nicolas. Nice product.
Looks good , will try soon
@ayush_chandra Thx, let me know if you have any questions
When I try to register, I get this error message: "There's glitch in the matrix. We were unable to process your request. Please try again later."
@stan Thx for reporting that. Could you try again and make sure. Our systems seem to up ... if it keeps happening would you be willing to send us the details (name, email, ..) you used to So we can try to recreate the issue
@stan Hi Stan, it should be fixed now. Lets just say we're learning a lot about mongo db replica sets ;) Thx for letting me know!