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SharePoint Online and Adobe Analytics

jeanpierrec8989
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Do any best practices exist or examples of how best to use Adobe Analytics with SharePoint sites, documents, lists and libraries? We're in the process of setting up our SharePoint sites to leverage Adobe Analytics as an add-on for more in-depth reporting/analytics as the out of the box data from SharePoint is limited. Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated.

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ursboller
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I haven't done with Sharepoint online but with Sharepoint2014. we ended up that IT added the anayltics library on each page and we use defined DCr (with _satellite.track() calling analytics)

after some search on the internet:

- did you check this app: Adobe Analytics Traffic Analysis

- could you do something similar to this: https://sharepoint.handsontek.net/2017/12/21/how-to-add-google-analytics-to-the-modern-sharepoint/

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ursboller
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do you mean you want to track what users are doing in sharepoint online?

jeanpierrec8989
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That's correct. I want to see if there are any best practices or even better a guide/case study for setting up Adobe Analytics with SharePoint Online.

ursboller
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I haven't done with Sharepoint online but with Sharepoint2014. we ended up that IT added the anayltics library on each page and we use defined DCr (with _satellite.track() calling analytics)

after some search on the internet:

- did you check this app: Adobe Analytics Traffic Analysis

- could you do something similar to this: https://sharepoint.handsontek.net/2017/12/21/how-to-add-google-analytics-to-the-modern-sharepoint/

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juliburroughs
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The first link is broken, the second goes into detail on how to use google analytics. I agree with the original poster... surely there's a better answer from Adobe.

daveb5076103
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I cannot believe that the answer it  to use google analytics  where is the  documentation for this??

ursboller
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the answer is NOt using google but just a similar methodology. basically using the same setup but instead calling GTM you call DTM/Launch for tracking...

jantzen_belliston-Adobe
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