Google Analytics Expands Real-Time Geolocation To Outer Space

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New 3.5" floppy exporting and send to fax support wasn't the only April Fools' addition to Google Analytics today. Google announced via Google+ that it has expanded real-time geolocation for real-time analytics to include the International Space Station, following up on last year's interplanetary reporting for Google Analytics.

Here's the post.

Google Analytics

Improved Real-time Geolocation

We're constantly working to improve real-time analytics to help businesses understand how users interact with their sites. We've heard you loud and clear — you feel limited by geo-locations only on planet earth.

That's why we're excited to announce that we're expanding geolocation support beyond our atmosphere to the International Space Station. This is also a great follow-up to last year's Interplanetary Reports:

GA Real-time: now with expanded geolocation support! Log in to your real-time dashboard to check this out soon, it's available only for a limited time.

More April Fools' fun here.

Chris Crum
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