Google Analytics Gets 9 New Languages

    February 8, 2012
    Josh Wolford

Google Analytics users know that the product just underwent a transformation to a new version, and now Google is adding even more accessibility features to the service.

Today, Google has added functionality for nine new languages to Analytics.

The new languages are: Arabic, Croatian, Hebrew, Hindi, Latvian, Romanian, Serbian, Slovenian, and Ukrainian.

We are confident this will improve the usage of Google Analytics across the world, and help website owners and AdWords advertisers get even more out of their internet marketing efforts. Happy data mining!

These nine new languages bring the total to 40 total languages available to Google Analytics users – “quite the polygot,” Google+Analytics+Blog%29″>according to Google.

If you wish to change the language for Google Analytics, you must be using the new version. Make sure you’re logged in to your Google account, then click on the settings button at the top right.

Google Analytics has also updated the help center to support these nine new languages.


Josh Wolford
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