Add Annotations to Google Analytics

It's like a sticky note on your data charts

Google Analytics Annotation

Join top Digital Marketing Agencies and hundreds of other companies who use GAannotations

Manual and Bulk Annotations

Add the missing pieces to the puzzle with manual annotations or upload bulk annotations via CSV, API, and Automations.

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Integrate Google Analytics Annotations

Integrate GAannotations with more than 4000 apps via Zapier to automatically add annotations for each new Ads campaign created, email promotion sent, new website version released, social media campaigns executed, and much more.

Automations annotations

Google updates, media mentions, holiday observances, website blackouts, and just about anything that can impact your website traffic. Automated annotations help ensure that your data is fully contextualized and that critical events are captured and logged.

Crystal Ball Notifications

Notifications Alerts

Our action alerts complement automated annotations by notifying you by email and SMS about key events that can impact your business. Get alerts about upcoming retail marketing dates, global holiday observances, Google and WordPress updates, and weather alerts so you can capitalize on opportunities and mitigate risks. You’ll also be alerted immediately if your site is offline or down unexpectedly.

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Like a Sticky Note on Your Analytics Charts

“When something is occurring, the chronology is clear: it’s happening now. “Now” steadily fades with the passing days, weeks, and months, quite harmlessly for most people. For Web analysts, however, this kind of oblivion can be fatal. How can we begin to measure the impact of any circumstance on website (or mobile app) behavior if we can’t remember when it happened?”

- Neil Patel, NP Digital 


Your analytics data is trying to tell you something. GAannotations’s suite of annotation tools provides critical context to your data charts that allow you to visualize what happened and when it happened so you can make better data-driven decisions. Try it Now Free!