Before syncing conversion triggers from Peachtree Analytics to Google, you must first authenticate your Google Admin Access with Peachtree. This process grants Peachtree the access it needs to write Goals in Google analytics. Following Below are the steps involved with Granting Google Analytics Permissions to the platform.
1. Log Into Peachtree Analytics at Peachtree.App
You first need to log into the platform. From this screen you can also reset your password as well, if you have been given a default password.
2. Send Google Property Access Request.
Click on the Agencies Tab. From your Agency Details page, click the select action button, across from the Agency Details title. From the drop-down menu click Request Google Property Access.
Enter the email address with Google Analytics Edit Permissions for the website you would like Peachtree to sync conversion triggers.
3. Click Request Access on The Peachtree Google Analytics Authentication Email.
Open the email inbox that received the Google Analytics Property Access Request. Click the Request Access Button. This will take you to the Google Authentication Window. Make sure and sign in with the same email you entered to receive the authentication request.
After selecting the correct account, enter the account password, then grant Peachtree access to your Google Analytics account.
Peachtree primarily uses this access to ensure you have the correct property edit permissions to allow Peachtree to write Google Goals for you.
Once your login is authenticated, this will take you back to the Peachtree app. You will see the All Set! Screen to confirm the authentication was successful.
4. Confirm Website Property Google Analytics Access.
Log back into Peachtree, and return to the Agency Details Page.
Scroll partially down the page to the Google Auth Tokens section. Click the eyeball for the Google Authentication token you would like to view. This will take you to the Google Authentication Token Details Page.
This page allows you to bulk setup websites, as well as Refreshing Your Google Access Token (sometimes used for troubleshooting). That’s It! You have successfully authenticated your Google token for all the websites listed!