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How to measure the usage of All in One Accessibility on your website using Google Analytics 4?

By: Skynet Technologies USA LLC
Jan 17, 24
Jan 17, 24
Google Analytics Web Accessibility Widget

What is the All in One Accessibility Dashboard in Google Analytics 4?

Google Analytics allows customers to see information and data regarding All in One Accessibility Widget usage on their sites, such as the number of profile clicks, user areas, and more.

How to create an All in One Accessibility dashboard in GA4?

  • Add GA4 Measurement Id to your dashboard account

    Log in to your account.

    Go to Widget Settings, scroll down to “GA Measurement ID” add Measurement ID.

    All in One Accessibility GA4
  • In your Google Analytics 4 account, click "Explore", then click "Blank".

    All in One Accessibility in GA4
  • Click the "+" sign, in ‘Dimensions’.

    All in One Accessibility Dashboard GA4
  • In "Select dimensions" search and add "Event Name", "Link Classes" and click import.

    These are basic dimensions, feel free to add more dimensions as needed.

    All in One Accessibility GA4 Dashboard
  • Click the "+" next to "Metrics".

    Track All in One Accessibility usage in GA4
  • Select the metric "Event count" and click import.

    GA4 Dashboard All in One Accessibility
  • Click on FILTERS, and select "Event name".

    Track All in One Accessibility usage
  • Filter by "exactly matches", type "aioaWidget" and click Apply.

    GA4 All in One Accessibility
  • Double click on "Link classes" and "Event Count".

    All in One Accessibility Google Analyics
  • That's it! The dashboard is ready. Now you can track the widget's usage data: The number of clicks on the profiles in the widget, the number of widget activations, and more!

    Accessibility widget tracking in GA4

Note: Once GA4 Measurement ID is added, GA4 will take 24-48 hours to display on the dashboard.

With access to real user data, you can organize, reorder, remove, and fine-tune All in One Accessibility to fit your users’ specific accessibility requirements. It helps to deliver a better website user experience and page experience. If you require any help, reach out [email protected].