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November 11th, 2014

GoogleApps_Nov10_CWithout a doubt, email is one of the most essential business tools. Many people find it quicker and easier to simply email someone instead of calling and as such, businesses have integrated platforms like Gmail which have fast become indispensable tools. The problem with this is that it is a challenge to manage emails and this can create problems when it comes to finding important information. Recently, Google launched a new app called Inbox, which could help combat this problem.

What is Inbox?

Inbox is an Android, iOS and Web service that helps us get things done and work with our email messages in a new way. Your emails still go to your gmail account; just think of this as an app or service that helps you reduce overall inbox clutter while being able to quickly access the info you need. It achieves this by:

Bundling useful messages together

With Inbox, all similar messages are brought together into one category or bundle. Think of the categories feature introduced for Gmail last year, but on a grander scale. If for example, you travel a lot for work, travel related emails like flights, hotel bookings, and messages related to meetings will be grouped together.

The great thing about this is that you can teach Inbox to group emails in a way that suits you. This allows more control over categories and message bundles, while making it easier to find related messages. For example, if you use your work account to pay bills and to receive receipts for online payments, you can manually filter these together and Inbox will 'bundle' these together in the future.

Highlighting important information

Inbox highlights important information in emails, including: Flight information, event information, and even documents attached to messages. This not only makes it easier to see the most relevant information, it can even help reveal information you may have missed.

Beyond this, Inbox also displays real-time information from the Web. For example, if you have a flight and it is going to be delayed, this information will be shown in the email as a highlighted update.

Adding reminders

With Inbox you can automatically create reminders that notify you at a set time of a task you need to complete. This is an interesting feature because it really centralizes our to-do list into a place where we are already looking at important messages and information.

There is also a sub-feature of the reminders built into Inbox called Assist. This feature provides you with relevant information for your reminders. For example, if you set a reminder to meet a client for lunch at a restaurant, you will see the restaurant's name and number displayed in the reminder. Google has noted that this will work for flights as well - so, if you receive an email with flight information and booking numbers, you will get a link via Inbox to check-in directly.

How do I get Inbox?

For now, you can download the Inbox app for iOS and Android, but in order to use it you will need an invite. If a friend or colleague has one, they can invite other users to join, or you can email inbox@google.com and request an invite. Google sends these out on a fairly regular basis, so you should receive one in the near future.

If you are looking to learn more about Inbox, contact us today to see how we can help.

Published with permission from TechAdvisory.org. Source.

November 11th, 2014

Facebook_Nov10_CChange is a constant process with Facebook and most of the time it's for the better. Earlier this year, the social media company announced some pretty big changes to the Graph algorithm that powers search results. One of the more important changes companies with Facebook Pages need to know about centers around the way Likes can be used. In short: forcing people to Like your Page to gain access to content - a practice called Like-gating - is no longer tolerated.

Like-gates to be left open

In the past, it was a fairly common trend for businesses with Facebook Pages to limit the access followers had to their Pages or other information and campaigns. One of the most popular examples of this is if having to Like a company to enter a contest with them.

Facebook considered this an unfair practice, largely because it essentially defeats the purpose of a Facebook Page - which is to provide all Facebook users with equal access to business information and content. So, in August of this year, they announced that Like-gating would no longer be allowed as of November 5, 2014. This is being enforced through Facebook's recent update to the Graph algorithm which ranks Facebook Pages and other content in search results.

Companies that have been using this method to limit access to content and campaigns on Facebook will now likely see a negative drop in overall Page ranking - where you show up in search results. If this applies to you and you want to avoid this there are three things you should do as soon as possible:

1. Remove all existing Like-gates

This is important, because all Like-gate related content or campaigns are now likely going to hurt your overall Page ranking. You should audit your company's Facebook Page and look for any content or tabs that you have set a Like-gate restriction on. This includes campaigns or tabs that you have enabled using third-party apps (i.e. apps not designed by Facebook).

Essentially, you want to ensure that all content on your Facebook Page, and all marketing campaigns that use Facebook, are open to all users, not just the ones who have clicked Like on your Page.

2. Change your access gates

What is interesting about this change is that Facebook has not outright eliminated the right to limit access to your campaigns. For now, they are just focusing on ensuring that you don't need to Like something to gain access to it.

The reason for this is largely because of the way many business use Facebook - to run campaigns that gather information while offering a benefit to followers. Think of contests that give something away. Before, some businesses required that users Liked the content in order to gain entry to the campaign. Now that this is not possible you could try implementing gates such as a form that needs to be filled out in order to enter.

This method, often referred to as action-gating (requiring someone to take an action before being allowed to access content) is still fine to use, largely because it doesn't force users into taking an action, it is up to them whether they want to say fill out a form to enter a contest or not. Beyond that, the idea of filling out a form to enter a contest to gain access to information has been a standard business practice since long before Facebook.

By action-gating some content and contests or promotions, you should also be able to limit spammers, and increase the overall quality of data you gather, and of your followers.

3. Ask for Likes

Facebook has been quite clear that the new Graph algorithm will punish Facebook Pages that require users to click Like to gain access to content. So, instead of forcing people to Like something, why not just ask them to Like it instead?

Companies that have been following this method of gaining Likes have found that simply asking people for a Like won't necessarily work. Instead, you should try to include some benefits or reasons as to why users should click Like. For example, creating a badge that goes onto Facebook campaigns that says "Like us for updates, new contests, great freebies, etc." will likely see more interaction.

Similarly, putting a suggestion at the end of emails and forms on your website has also proven to work well. The key here is if you provide your followers with value and a reason to Like your page, they generally will. With some creative thinking and a different strategy you may find that overall interaction with your Page increases beyond what it would have done with a Like-gate approach.

If you are looking to learn more about this change, and how it can affect your company, contact us today.

Published with permission from TechAdvisory.org. Source.

November 4th, 2014

Office365_Nov03_COffice 365 for businesses offers a wide variety of plans with different options. Some include full versions of Office 2013, while others have just browser-based Office Web Apps (OWA). When looking for an Office 365 plan, it can be confusing as to whether OWA will be enough, or whether you will need the full version of Office 2013. To help you decide, here are five questions you can ask yourself.

1. Am I comfortable doing all, or most of my work in a browser?

Because Office Web Apps is browser-based, you will be spending a fair amount of time in your browser. Many of those who have switched to OWA have found that it takes time to get used to working with the system. Because of the way many of us work, you will start to see multiple windows and tabs open with different documents which could lead to increased confusion and more time finding the tab and window you need.

What's more, you will need to ensure that all browsers on all computers in your company are kept up-to-date if you want to use OWA. For example, older versions of Internet Explorer may not support OWA. This means you will need to spend time ensuring that everyone within the business is updating when necessary.

To get around this, you can work with a company like us who can ensure that browser activity is not only secure, but also up-to-date, which basically guarantees OWA will work when you need it to.

If, however, you are not comfortable using your browser for everything, then it may be a good idea to go for an Office 365 plan that includes the full version of Office 2013.

2. Am I going to collaborate on files with users both in and outside of the organization?

Many business tasks are real team efforts, where users need to collaborate on documents. While this is possibly with any Office program, one of the biggest weaknesses of traditional Office installs is version control.

If you have shared one document with a number of different users you will quickly find that the changes they make and send back to you are likely going to need to be manually added back into the original document. This takes time and can lead to confusion, errors, and a lack of productivity.

With OWA, any document you create is stored on your OneDrive account and can be easily shared with other users. When the document is opened, all changes are made directly to the main document in real time. This means each user can see the changes show up as they are being made, which increases the effectiveness of collaboration.

Of course, this is possible with almost all Office 365 plans - especially if you also integrate SharePoint, but OWA offers by far the easiest solution to collaboration. So, if you collaborate a lot, then OWA may be a better version of Office to use. That being said, if you just need a few people to edit documents or offer comments, then Office 365 plans with Office 2013 will usually be the better option.

3. Will I need to format documents, or need advanced features?

The Web-based versions of Office offer many of the key features found in the desktop versions. However, some advanced features, like in-dept formatting, adding charts, etc. are not currently available with OWA.

While many users find OWA is enough to meet their day-to-day document production needs, those who use the advanced features of each Office app will be better off with Office 365 plans that offer full installs of Office 2013.

4. Will I need more Office apps than just the core five?

Currently, OWA apps available to users are: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Lync. These five major apps cover the majority of document production needs for most users, however, if you require other Office apps, like Access, or Publisher, that aren't included in OWA, then you will be better off going with an Office 365 plan that offers Office 2013.

5. Will I be constantly connected to the Internet?

In order to get the most out of OWA you will need to have a strong and constant Internet connection. While you can create documents offline, you will need to connect in order to save and update them. If you spend a lot of time out of the office, this may be a real inconvenience, especially if you often struggle to find a solid Internet connection.

What we recommend is talking to an Office 365 vendor like us. We can explain the different Office 365 plans in depth and how you can integrate them into your office. Contact us today to learn more.

Published with permission from TechAdvisory.org. Source.

November 4th, 2014

GoogleApps_Nov03_CAnyone who uses cloud-based services like Google Apps should be taking steps to ensure that their account is secure. One of the best ways to do this is to enable two-step verification, which requires users to enter a code and password when they log in. To strengthen security even further, Google has introduced a new method of two-step verification which is carried out via a USB key.

Google and two-step verification

In order to further secure your Google account, beyond a difficult-to-guess password, your main option is two-step verification. The way this works for Google accounts is you need to provide a cellphone number for your account. When you try to log in you are either called or sent an SMS with a code to enter. Alternatively, you can download the Google Code generator which generates a code which you then need to enter when logging into your accounts.

While this works well when you have your mobile device with you, or when you are near the phone number linked to your account, it doesn't work so well when you aren't. In order to make things a little easier, Google has introduced a new two-step verification method that utilizes a special kind of USB key.

Two-step verification via USB key

Take a look around your desk, chances are high that you probably have a USB key or USB storage device within easy reach. While it would be cool to be able to use one of these to log into your account, you can't use just any USB key. Instead, you need to use one that is FIDO Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) compliant.

If you have one of these keys, once configured, you can stick it into one of your computer's USB ports and press a button. The coding on the stick will then talk to Google servers, sending cryptographic code back and forth, thereby unlocking your account.

This guarantees two things: Firstly, that you are logging in using two-factor verification and are therefore you; and secondly, that the Google site you are logging into is actually Google and not a malicious or fake site. Essentially, this further increases your overall account security.

A few caveats

While these security measures are a good idea in practice, there are a few caveats regarding this authentication method:
  1. You have to buy your own key, which costs anywhere from USD 15 and up.
  2. It will only work with Google Chrome and Chrome OS. This means that if you are trying to log into your account on another browser, or a mobile device, it won't work.
If you are worried about account security, then using a USB key like this could be a good idea, and if you are looking to learn more about implementing this method and ensuring all of your accounts are secure, contact us today.
Published with permission from TechAdvisory.org. Source.

October 31st, 2014

Security_Oct27_CAny business with Internet-based systems should be taking the appropriate steps to ensure that their activities and information are secure from the ever-expanding number of online threats. This can be tough, especially for businesses who operate almost exclusively online. To help, here are five tips that can help keep your online activities safe from attacks.

1. Use two-factor authentication whenever possible

Two-factor authentication, or two-step authentication as it is also known, is the idea of using two pieces of information to log into accounts: Your usual password and a code that is usually sent to a mobile device or generated by a code generator.

By utilizing this safety feature, you can further increase the security of your accounts, largely because the chances of someone getting their hands on both the generated code and your password are slim.

Some sites don't use a code and instead ask a question that needs to be answered every time you log in. If this is the case, make the question something that is difficult for a hacker to guess. For example, use your address from 10 years ago instead of your current address.

2. Audit who has access to what data

Between all of your online accounts and social media profiles you will likely be surprised at just how much information about you can be found online. There are a multitude of scare stories online, where someone has had their accounts hacked and identity stolen, largely because they had left pertinent information online without even thinking about it.

It is a good idea to audit what information you have online. This includes looking at the contact and personal information you have on social media profiles, account information, etc. Ideally, if it is not necessary information, then it shouldn't be shared. As for social media profiles, make sure only the absolute basic personal information is online and limit who can see this information.

3. Watch what is posted on social media

Because of the nature of social media, we often feel the need to share our whole lives online. This can often lead to oversharing, and even sometimes oversharing of personal information. There are stories online of thieves monitoring social media for businesses posting about how they are going to be closed for a holiday, with all staff gone. Once a thief finds this information, they then break into the business without worrying about people being there.

If you are going to share information online, be sure to limit the potentially sensitive information that you post, especially if the content is shared with the public.

4. Change your passwords regularly

It seems like almost every week news breaks of a password or account information breach. What this translates to is the fact that your accounts are always facing a potential risk. Therefore, you should make it a habit to change your passwords on a regular basis.

Most experts recommend at least once every three months, but if there is a breach where your account information may have been leaked then naturally change your passwords straightaway.

To ensure maximum security, you should use a different password for each account, and keep these as separate as possible.

5. Work with an IT partner who can offer enhanced Internet security

Ensuring that your business is secure online can be an on-going battle that you will likely not win easily. One of the best steps to take is to work with an IT partner like us. We offer a variety of Internet security solutions that can help stop malware intrusions before they infect your systems, block access to potentially harmful sites, and even scan Internet-based email solutions. In other words, we can help improve your overall online security.

If you are looking to learn more about how we can help your business be secure online, contact us today.

Published with permission from TechAdvisory.org. Source.

Topic Security
October 28th, 2014

GoogleApps_Oct27_CWith Google Apps, such as Google Sheets, businesses have a powerful cloud-based spreadsheet creation tool. While Sheets does offer a wide variety of useful functions and features, there are some that have been missing. One such feature is Spell Check. If you have missed this, don't dismay. In fact, Google has recently implemented Spell Check for Google Sheets?

Spell Check in Google Sheets

When Google introduced their new version of Google Sheets they brought back a much requested feature - Spell Check. In Google Sheets, Spell Check works much the same as it does in other apps like Docs; you can select whether to check the entire sheet, worksheets, columns, and even individual cells.

In order for this feature to work best you need to ensure that the spreadsheets you are using are created using the new version of Google Sheets. You can check this by looking for a green checkmark on the lower-right of the file you would like to check for spelling.

This checkmark indicates that the sheet is running the latest version of Google Sheets. You can then run Spell Check on the whole sheet by:

  1. Opening the sheet you would like to check for spelling.
  2. Clicking Tools followed by Spelling.
The Spell Check should highlight any errors, along with replacement suggestions. If there are errors you should see a drop-down window open with options to:
  • Change - Will change the error to the selected word.
  • Ignore - Will ignore the error.
  • Add to dictionary - Will add the word that is highlighted to the dictionary.
If you would like to check either a column, row, or number of cells, you can do so by selecting this area first and then pressing Tools followed by Spelling. Interestingly enough, this feature is also available in sheets that were created in the older version of Google Sheets and then updated to the new version.

Looking to learn more about Google Sheets, or other Google Apps? Contact us today to see how we can help.

Published with permission from TechAdvisory.org. Source.

October 22nd, 2014

SocialMedia_Oct20_CSocial media, for many companies, has become an integral part of their overall marketing strategy. In order to be successful with your social marketing initiatives, you need to develop content that users will share. This is easier said than done though, especially when it comes to selecting the type of content to develop. Here are five types of popular content that should be shared.

1. Selfies

The 2013 "word of the year", according to the Oxford English Dictionary, has become so popular it's no mean feat to avoid it these days. Truth be told, the selfie is popular for a reason: It is a quick way to get people to engage with your content.

The key here is to know when to take a selfie for your social media sites. What you want are selfies that make your company look more human, for example a group lunch meeting or after-work game night that shows people having fun. When done in the right way, selfie posts can increase interaction. Just be sure to limit the number you post, as too many could lead to you being perceived as being too focused on your company and not your customers.

2. Inside looks

When we find a product or service we like, we are often curious to learn more about it. This includes learning more about the company that makes the products or services and how it operates.

If you have a growing fan base, why not create content that provides customers with an inside look at some aspect of your business. Take pictures of your office, videos about how your products are made, or perhaps write content about how certain services are created and delivered. Basically, try to come up with content that gives people an inside view of the company.

The reason this type of content works is because it often gives customers a deeper understanding about a business, and creates a closer connection to the products and services. If you can increase overall attachment, you can increase the chances that customers will interact with content, stay loyal to your brand, and even share information about your company or recommend you.

3. Quotes

Famous quotes can be a great way to get a message across in a strong way. If for example you are hosting a Thanksgiving party, or Halloween party, adding a themed quote to your post could be a great way to encourage social media users to interact with it.

Also, if you can find quotes that are relevant to your industry, you could post these whilst asking for opinions or to further a point you're trying to make.

4. Fill in the blanks

While this may sound a little simple, posts that ask your audience to fill in a blank can be a great way to drive engagement while giving your customers a chance to tell their own story. For example, if you are a bakery who produces well-known donuts, asking a question like: "The first time I had this donut was _." could be a good way to inspire customers to interact with you.

5. Videos

One of the more drastic changes many social media sites like Facebook have implemented in the past couple of years is a feature that automatically plays a video when someone pauses on it while scrolling. While not fully welcomed by all users, this move has actually led to the number of video views increasing by as much as two times.

While creating a video because everyone else is, is a bad idea, if you have content that you know can be turned into a useful video e.g., a how-to video, then this could be a great way to reach your target market in an interesting way.

If you are looking to learn more about how you can leverage social media in your business, contact us today.

Published with permission from TechAdvisory.org. Source.

Topic Social Media
October 21st, 2014

Office365_Oct20_COffice 365, the cloud-based version of Office, is quickly becoming one of the most popular software suites used by small and medium businesses. With an ever increasing number of businesses migrating to this solution, it is not surprising that so many businesses consider making the move. However as there is always a chance of failure it is best to learn how to avoid this by being aware of the five of the most common ways an Office 365 migration can fail.

1. Slow Internet connection speeds

Because Office 365 is primarily cloud-based, you are going to need a solid bandwidth connection to use it. When migrating your files and system over to Office 365, you will likely need to consume a large quantity of bandwidth. This demand will often be enough to to tax most small business lines, resulting in lower Internet speeds all around while the migration is happening. If this is being carried out during business hours, employees might struggle to do their jobs properly if they are reliant on the Internet.

Beyond this, Office 365 is most often delivered over an Internet connection, rather than in-house servers. This means that the day-to-day demand for bandwidth will increase. If you are already noticing slow speeds and service interruptions before implementing Office 365, you will likely see these issues compounded after implementation.

To avoid this, you should ask an Office 365 provider to test your existing network connections to ensure that your Internet connection can handle the migration and day-to-day operation of Office 365. If not, a provider should be able to offer you a solution.

2. Mailboxes and files are too big

While the business versions of Office 365 do come with 50 GB of email storage and over 1 TB of file storage per user, actually getting your emails and files online could take a while, especially if you have users whose email inboxes are approaching the storage limit.

As a general rule of thumb, larger files will cause the migration of files to take longer. If this is not prepared for, then you could see migration affecting work or even continual issues of data not being available when it's needed.

To avoid this, you should encourage your staff to archive their email inboxes and either delete or remove emails with large attachments that aren't necessary.

3. Uninformed users

The average Office 365 migration takes from one to three days, depending on the size of the business and the amount of data moving over. If you start a migration without informing users that some files and emails won't be accessible over this time, or that even some systems may not be working, you could end up with employees unable to do their jobs and creating resentment of the new platform.

To avoid this, you should inform your employees about how the migration will run and what they can expect during the migration. Beyond this, you should try to run training sessions on how to use the new systems to ensure that everyone is familiar with it before they start to use it. This will increase the overall chance that the platform migration and subsequent use will be successful.

4. Older, less compatible software installed on systems

While many versions of Office 365 do come with subscriptions to the latest version of Microsoft Office, there is support built in for systems that are running slightly older versions of Office. If your business is using a version of Office that is older than Office 2010 (e.g., Office 2003), you will not be able to properly use Office 365.

Beyond this, you will also need to be using the latest version of Internet browser. If you use Chrome or Firefox, this won't be a problem, however if you use Internet Explorer you will need to be sure that you are using the latest version. Should you be using older systems, especially those no longer supported by Microsoft, you may also have trouble accessing Office 365 because you may be unable to upload to the latest version of Internet Explorer.

The good news about Office 365 is that actual systems requirements are low, so almost every business will be able to integrate it. We recommend that in order to avoid failure, or being unable to use all of the features, you should ask your provider to ensure that your software and systems are able to support Office 365.

5. Migrating yourself

On paper, migrating to Office 365 is a fairly simple and straightforward process. What many companies find, when they choose to migrate themselves, is that the process is often much more difficult than expected. Many companies come across unexpected issues that require an IT expert to solve.

In order to ensure a smooth migration from start to finish, it is a good idea to work with an IT provider like us. We can ensure that your systems are ready and the migration is smooth. Contact us today to learn more.

Published with permission from TechAdvisory.org. Source.

October 21st, 2014

GoogleApps_Oct20_CThere are a wide variety of tools business owners and managers rely on, on a daily basis. One of the most valuable is the calendar, or Google Calendar if you are a Google Apps user. This app offers users numerous features that are expected of digital calendars, and some features that aren't. One such feature is the ability to layer multiple calendars from other users onto your own.

About multiple calendar layering

The idea behind multiple calendar layers is that it allows you to view your own and other user's calendars on one screen. If other users have shared their calendars with you, you can easily see their events and schedule without having to ask them.

How do I add calendars from other employees/users?

Before you can layer your calendar, you need to first add other calendars. You can add calendars by:
  1. Opening your calendar.
  2. Clicking the box that says Add a coworker's calendar under Other calendars.
  3. Entering the email address of a colleague whose calendar you would like to show on yours.
  4. Pressing Enter.
The calendar should show all shared events and entries from the added calendar within a couple of seconds. To keep things clear, each calendar you layer will be assigned a different color.

In order for this to work, users must have shared their calendar with the organization. If they have not, you will get a pop-up box asking if you would like to ask the user to share their calendar. Similarly, only events that are shared will show up on your calendar.

You can edit whoever's calendar you see once this have been added, by going to your main calendar (calendar.google.com) and clicking on the colored box beside the calendar name, which will be located under Other calendars. Once you click on the box, the color will turn to grey and the user's events will be shown on your calendar too.

How do I layer these calendars?

The great thing about this feature is that it is automatic. When you add someone's calendar, their events will automatically be layered onto yours. You can tell this is working by looking at the Other calendars section of your calendar. If there are names with colored boxes beside them, events from these calendars should be showing on your calendar.

Hovering over a name and pressing the downward facing arrow that appears at the right will allow you to edit layering settings. This includes assigning another color, hiding the calendar, and even editing calendar settings.

Why is this useful?

Possibly the best reason this feature is useful is that it allows a manager to quickly and easily see what employees are doing. If, for example, you want to create a training session and are looking for a time when your staff are available, looking at the calendar can be a good start.

Of course, this feature only really works well if everyone is using their calendars and keeping them updated, so you might want to encourage employees to do this first before you start laying.

If you are looking to learn more about Google Calendar or any of the Google Apps, contact us today to see how we can help.

Published with permission from TechAdvisory.org. Source.

October 14th, 2014

GoogleApps_Oct16_CGoogle Analytics has become the most popular way for businesses of all sizes to track relevant website data like visitor information, clicks, links, etc. While this platform is useful, there is always the chance that it may not be configured properly, or your site may have data related weaknesses that inhibit useful data tracking. Luckily, Google has introduced a diagnostic tool to help.

About the Google Analytics Diagnostics tool

If you use Analytics then you know that this is a data heavy application that can quickly go from easy to use to a complicated mess, especially if you are tracking more than a couple of entities. Essentially, ensuring that the data being generated by Analytics is correct and sites are performing their best is not so easy if you're not an expert.

To help, Google implemented the Analytics Diagnostics tool which scans Analytics features like tracking code, account configuration and data on a regular basis. After each scan, you are provided with notifications about changes and potential issues that should be implemented in order to make sure the data collected and performance is optimal.

What does the Diagnostics tool look for?

There are a wide variety of information this tool looks for and it can provide you with notifications for a number of different issues:
  • The Analytics tracking code on pages you want to track is missing or the code is not configured properly.
  • Goals or set data trackers have stopped working or reporting.
  • Your visitor data isn't being recorded properly.
If errors are found, and you're the primary account linked to Analytics, or have editing permissions, you should see a notification bell with a red box and a number at the top-right of the screen when you log into Analytics. The number will show how many Diagnostics notifications you have that require your attention.

How to use this tool

This tool is configured to check your Analytics actions on a regular basis by default, so you should see notifications pop-up only if there are issues found. Should you notice that there is a red box above the notification bell at the top-right of the analytics screen, you can click on it to open a drop-down box.

This box shows notifications with:

  • A description of the problem - So that you immediately know what you are dealing with.
  • Check again - If you have fixed the issue, or updated, click this to get the tool to check if it is working now.
  • A link to the relevant Analytics page - Clicking this will take you to the page or section where the problem was noticed, so you can take action to remedy it.
  • Details - A link that when clicked on will allow you to learn more about this error and see possible solutions. Click on Learn more to open relevant learning material developed by Google.
If you are looking to learn more about this tool and how you can use Google Analytics to track vital website data for your company, contact us today to see how we can help you set it up and even manage it.
Published with permission from TechAdvisory.org. Source.