Google Analytics Admin tab

How to remove a web site from google analytics

Manage Google Analytics Properties

When you need to remove a view or a property or web site from your Google analytics account, follow these steps below:

Note: As Google constantly improves analytics there are minor changes to where they put certain buttons, including the Move to Trash button

To remove a property from your account:

  1. Log into your Google Analytics account
  2. Once logged in, find the property that you want to delete
    • Google Analytics Property
  3. Select Property Settings under the middle Property column
    • Google Analytics property settings
  4. You will receive a prompt to move property to trash can, select Delete property button
    • Google Analytics move to trash prompt

The property is moved to trash. Important: Your property, and all the reporting views in the property, will be permanently deleted 35 days after being moved to the Trash Can. Once deleted, the property is gone, and we are not be able to retrieve any historical data or reinstate your reports.

If the account is tied to an AdSense account, you will see a warning message as above.

To Remove a view but not the Property:

  1. Log into your Google Analytics account
  2. Once logged in, find the property that you want to delete
    • Google Analytics Property
  3. Then select the ADMIN tab along the top of the page
    • Google Analytics Admin tab
  4. Once in the Admin area, go to the right of the screen under the View column and select View Settings
    • Google Analytics View Settings
  5. Once in the View settings, go to the right-hand side of the page and you’ll see Copy view and Move to trash can buttons, select Move to trash can
    • Google Analytics move to trash
  6. You will be prompted to confirm moving to trash
    • Google Analytics trash confirm
  7. When you go back to your main menu, you’ll see that the property has no views, which you can create a view or delete the property
    • Google Analytics no views


To read more about the Trash Can, read Google’s post on Trash CanImportant: Your property, and all the reporting views in the property, will be permanently deleted 35 days after being moved to the Trash Can. Once deleted, the property is gone, and we are not be able to retrieve any historical data or reinstate your reports.

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Meet Nest Cam | Nest

Meet Nest Cam. The latest in the Smart Home products launched from Google. Check out some of the features on this amazing home camera:

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  • 130° wide­-angle view and can zoom
  • sends an alert to your phone if it sees something
  • advanced algorithms using depth sensing and face detection
  • integrated with other Nest products to work together

So not only is this a very sweet piece of security hardware, this opens the door to all new activity on YouTube with the Nest channel where you now watch people’s homes and see what their pets are up to.

Google just got another step in the door of the home. Saving all this data in the cloud for you and your friends to scrub through for investigative or entertainment purposes.


Source: Meet Nest Cam | Nest

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What is the Grid

This is not another do-it-yourself website builder. The Grid harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to take everything you throw at it – videos, images, text, urls and more – and automatically shape them into a custom website unique to you. As your needs grow, it evolves with you, effortlessly adapting to your needs. Want to add e-commerce? Social feeds? A different layout? The Grid just takes care of it. This is not a website builder. This is your personal AI web developer. Its first masterpiece is the website you’re looking at right now. Its next one could be yours.

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SOLOSHOT automatically rotates your camera to keep it pointed at you, from a distance, with NO camera operation. Set up your SOLOSHOT tripod, attach your camera, and film all your outdoor exploits. SOLOSHOT works by keeping your camera pointed at an armband you wear while you are having fun.

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Buy a Chromebook and get 1TB of Cloud storage

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Its been a slow climb for the latest operating system from Microsoft to gain any traction. Windows 8 was first launched in December of 2012 and has seen a very slow acceptance rate since then. The updated interface and gestures have not been overwhelmingly accepted which prompted us to write about how to disable gestures on Windows 8.

According to NetMarketShare, Windows 8 and 8.1 have surpassed the 15% adoption rate as of October, 2014.  Continue reading

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I had a try of Google’s Cardboard today and was impressed, and scared about how it felt.

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This is a brilliant app with an update for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Although I don’t have an iPhone, I’m excited by the iPhone 6 new camera and features. I really think we’re going to see some even more amazing videos in the next 12 months! Continue reading