Try Saying“Alexa, ask Adept Analytics what yesterdays’ revenue was.”
Try Saying“Alexa, ask Adept Analytics what year-over-year revenue was in August.”
Try Saying“Alexa, ask Adept Analytics how many visitors we had yesterday.”

Current Release Notes:

We’re on version 1.0, and are super excited to release this skill. We’ll continue to improve the product with future releases, and we welcome your feedback (good and bad), recommendations, and questions. Looking forward to hearing from you!

FAQs

  • How Do I Link My Google Analytics Account to Adept Analytics?

    The first time you open this Skill in your Alexa mobile app, you will be prompted to enter the username and password for your Google account that has permission to access to the website properties you want to link to.

    Once enabled, wake the Skill up through your Echo for the first time by saying “Alexa, open Analytics Assistant”. Alexa will give you some helpful hints right away to get you started.

  • How Do I Link Analytics Assistant to a Different Google Analytics Account?

    Any Google Analytics account that has given read permission to your Google account will be available within the skill, you simply need tell Analytics Assistant to switch accounts. If you have multiple Google accounts and would like to switch the account that you have linked, you may do so by enabling and disabling the skill within the Alexa mobile app.

  • Can Analytics Assistant Provide Insights On Multiple Accounts, Web Properties and/or Views?

    Analytics Assistant will always report on the currently selected property, within the currently selected account only. In order to receive insights on a different account and/or a different property, try saying:

    • “Alexa, ask Analytics Assistant to switch accounts.”
    • “Alexa, ask Analytics Assistant to switch properties.”

    Alexa will let you know which account or property she has switched to, and is now pulling data from.

    For each web property you can access, Analytics Assistant will always use the default view for that property. This default can be changed from within the Google Analytics dashboard.

  • How Do I Change Which Account or Web Property Analytics Assistant Reports On?

    In order to receive insights on a different account and/or a different property, try saying:

    • “Alexa, ask Analytics Assistant to switch accounts.”
    • “Alexa, ask Analytics Assistant to switch properties.”

    Alexa will let you know which account or property she has switched to, and is now pulling data from.

  • How Do I Un-link My Google Analytics Account from Analytics Assistant?

    Once your Google account is linked to the skill, you’ll need to disable the skill to break the link and enable the skill again to receive the prompt to link a new account. If you’re re-linking to a Google account that you have used previously, before entering your credentials in the authentication window, visit your Google account's 'My Account' page and navigate to the “Sign-in & Security” area and then on to the “Apps with account access” section. This allows you to manage the different applications you have authorized to view your related Google data. From that list, remove the Analytics Assistant app. You are now free to re-link the skill by entering your credentials into the account link dialog inside the Alexa mobile app. It's very important to remove application access in between enabling and disabling the skill for the same Google account. Failure to remove skill access in between will result in the account link only persisting for approximately one hour before requiring a new link.

  • I Added A New Property and/or View to GA, Why Is Analytics Assistant Unable To Find It?

    Analytics Assistant only pulls your account list the first time you use the skill, and pulls Web Property information on the first skill usage and when switching Accounts. But stay tuned! We'll be adding the ability to refresh your account list soon!