Accessing your Google Analytics data

I run a blog, which since you found this particular blog you, of course, know that, and like many others that run blogs or websites, I too have added a Google Analytics script to my blog. To be honest I’ve never really looked at the Google Analytics data since counting hits and other metrics hasn’t ...

Deleting custom maps

Custom maps are great! I love how you can simply visualize your data in any given way – I’ve previously covered maps with some examples – see here. But some times you may want to delete custom maps; some might be too large and you made a more optimized version or your sales regions have ...

An introduction to the data manager

Working with Einstein Analytics I often hear people finding the data manager the most challenging part to learn. Perhaps because when people work with dashboards in core Salesforce we don’t have to shape our data the same way, we simply need to understand what objects we want to use in our report or dashboard. There ...

Welcome to the new data platform

Something new is coming to Einstein Analytics. Something you should pay attention to as it will change the way that you work with data. The most visible part of this new data platform is a new Data Prep editor. It’s more approachable and powerful featuring machine learning capabilities. Hints have been dropped at Dreamforce and ...

The ultimate bindings dashboard

A little more than a year ago I sat out to demystify bindings (or interactions as they are being called from Spring 20). I wrote a blog series covering data selection, data serialization, and data manipulation functions. It turned out to be quite a few blogs and quite a few bindings as well. I figured ...