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Part 5 – Setting Up The Search Console For Google Analytics



Part 5 of my Google Analytics Series
🧿 Setting Up The Search Console For Google Analytics 🧿

Part 5 – Setting Up The Search Console For Google Analytics


One of the areas in the Google Analytics Acquisition section is the Search Console. Search Console is another free Google product which provides data and analytics designed to help you with pointers and information so you can improve your site’s performance in Google search. By enabling the Search Console within Google Analytics, you can see the queries visitors have used to actually find your site, then review the length of time they stayed, view bounce rates and understand more about your visitors.

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Part 4 – Creating Additional Filtered Views Of Website Data



Part 4 of my Google Analytics Series
🧿 Creating Additional Filtered Views Of Website Data 🧿

Part 4 – Creating Additional Filtered Views Of Website Data


When setting up Google Analytics, a default View of the data is created. This view is of All Website Data for the property you added. So, we can see everything for the website no matter which pages they visited. While this is great, sometimes you just want to look at one specific area of the website, or pages that have the same parent level, or whatever it might be. You can create reports, and filter the data that way, or you can simply create a new view and add filters to the data on the view. Kind of like creating a query for an SSRS Report for the Common Data Service. πŸ˜‰ So let’s look at creating a new view, to only show traffic that goes to one of the blog pages rather than all of the other main pages on the site.

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Part 3 – Reviewing Realtime Data In Google Analytics



Part 3 of my Google Analytics Series
🧿 Reviewing Realtime Data In Google Analytics 🧿

Part 3 – Reviewing Realtime Data In Google Analytics


So we’ve got Google Analytics tracking code added to our website, and we’ve filtered out our own IP address, and hopefully, we are getting visits to our website (even if it’s just your Dad and your brother to get started with!). One of the sections in Google Analytics that’s kind of the most fun, and can be quite addictive to look at is the Realtime statistics. How many people are on our website, and what are they looking at! Let’s check this out so we can understand what it is we’re being shown.

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Microsoft Power Automate Introduction



What’s up friends!?

It’s time i redid my Power Automate introduction, as my last version was almost two years old!

This was my session for MBAS but i wanted to make sure anyone could also see this useful session!

00:00 – Introduction
00:53 – Agenda
01:30 – What is Power Automate?
03:20 – The Home Page
04:04 – Templates
06:37 – Connectors
08:56 – Types of flows
15:35 – UI Flow Demo
19:30 – Conclusion
20:35 – Where to find more info
22:40 – Get Subscribed

Once you have completed this video be sure to go and check out my Microsoft Power Automate Tutorial video with Hadley Griffin – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eV0RB

To get started with Microsoft Flow head over to http://flow.microsoft.com

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Part 2 – Filter Out Your Own IP Address From Your Website Traffic



Part 2 of my Google Analytics Series
🧿 Filter Out Your Own IP Address From Your Website Traffic 🧿

Part 2 – Filter Out Your Own IP Address From Your Website Traffic

We are going to dig into SO MUCH functionality in this Google Analytics series, but first, we need to look at some of the not so exciting stuff so we can make it work in the best way possible for us. Now, if you’ve just started out in your blogging journey, or are creating a brand new website, you’ll know how exciting it is when you start getting visitors. It’s great to see that your blog posts are being read! If you sit and look at your own site, or refresh things as you are working on content, then guess what? Those are getting tracked as visits! So, one of the things we need to do is filter out our own traffic.

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How to create an app to Scan Receipts



How to create an app to Scan Receipts

In this video, you will learn how to create an app in Power Apps to scan receipts using the Azure Cognitive Services Form Recognizer API.

Note: For the second HTTP action in the flow, use this expression for the URI – outputs(‘HTTP_-_Analyze_receipt’)[‘headers’][‘Operation-Location’] instead of body(‘HTTP_-_Analyze_receipt’)[‘Operation-Location’]

Some helpful resources –
Form Recognizer API Docs – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/cognitive-services/form-recognizer/

Form Recognizer API Reference – https://westus2.dev.cognitive.microsoft.com/docs/services/form-recognizer-api-v2-preview/operations/AnalyzeReceiptAsync

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Part 1 – Setting Up Google Analytics On Your Website



Part 1 of my Google Analytics Series
🧿 Setting Up Google Analytics On Your Website 🧿

Part 1 -Setting Up Google Analytics On Your Website


We are just getting started, so the first thing we need to do? Set up Google Analytics on your site of course! Don’t forget to like and subscribe so you don’t miss out on the rest of the series.

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Introduction – Google Analytics Series



🧿 Introduction – Google Analytics Series 🧿
https://meganvwalker.com/category/google-analytics/
My new blog & video series starts June 1st 2020 with a different topic each day throughout the month. So that’s 30 tips, ideas and tricks on getting started with, and using Google Analytics to track the visits and stats for your website.

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Power Apps Licensing Explained (Power Apps FAQ #1)



Can you explain the Power Apps licensing in a simple way? This is (by far) the most commonly asked question that comes up about Power Apps – here is my way of deconstructing it to make it easier to understand. NOTE: this is not an official Microsoft licensing video or guide – for the full details (or you have any more specific questions), please visit https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/

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