The goal of this application gallery is to help the Google Analytics community find tools that extend the functionality of Google Analytics. This page describes what you'll need to do to add your application and make it publicly visible.
Note: Submitting your application does not take effect immediately. You will receive an email once it has been made public.
To become public, each application must meet both the
Google Analytics Developer Gallery Terms of Service and
Google Analytics Terms of Service.
Specifically your application:
- Must not store Personally Identifiable Information (PII) in Google
Analytics, nor correlate data from Google Analytics with Personally
Identifiable data in 3rd party systems.
- May not use Google's trade names, trademarks, service marks, logos,
domain names, and other distinctive brand features unless you get specific permission.
- Must provide a page that clearly describes what Google Analytics data your application
accesses, how it's used and, who has access to that data.
- You agree and understand that you are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality
of passwords and Google Analytics data associated with any account you use to access
- Must be a professional, polished, application.
Applications that do not, or cease to, meet these criteria will be removed from this gallery.
Getting Your App Listed
Each new, or any changes to an existing application, must be re-submitted
before it is made public. Here are the steps to get your application listed:
- Upload your application as a draft. Once uploaded you'll be able to see how each view looks. At this point only you, as the owner, will be able to view this draft. As a draft you will be able to continue editing your application until it looks perfect.
- When ready, you can submit your application to be made public. Once submitted, you will not be able to modify your application.
- If everything is provided, your application will be made public for everybody to see.
In some cases your application may require further follow up. In rare cases, your
application may get rejected.
- Once public, you may continue to edit your application listing. Any changes will only
be visible by you and require being submitted again before being publicly viewable.