Google Analytics Annotations Amplified

Automate your Google Analytics annotations

and add the missing pieces to the puzzle.


Understand your data, better and faster.

No need to navigate between multiple data sources, with GAannotations, you can finally understand the impact of life events, website updates, news, and much more, without the hustle of manually integrating Google Analytics data with other sources

Automate annotations for actions that impacts your data.

Add new Annotations Automatically for every new Ads Campaign you create, a Newsletter you Send, a New Version Release, and much more...

Add annotations to Google Analytics, in bulk!

Yes, it’s finally possible! Add multiple annotations to your Google Analytics account, by uploading a CSV or via API. Combined with our simple and intuitive interface, analyzing your data has never been easier.


Add new annotations sources and widen your perspective

The weather, holidays, Google algorithm updates, Black Friday, Cyber Monday... all of these things can effect your website traffic. Add them as annotations sources to get a better understanding on how they effect your business.

Connect with API and Supercharge Your GA Reports

Add any data you want to your Google Analytics reports via our API integration. Take Google Analytics to the next level and get a deeper and more holistic view of your data and business.

Frequently asked questions

What does GAannotations do?

GAannotations is a Chrome extension designed for Google Analytics. It enables the option to add annotations in bulk or automaticlly in order to better understand the impact of life events, holidays, development updates, news, and much more, on the website traffic and user behavior.

You have many ways to add annotations:
1- Add annotations via API 2- Add annotations via CSV 3- Add annotations manually 4- Integrate with tools 5- Add Data Sources

How do I install and use GAannotations?

Installing GAannotations for Chrome is super simple. Check the Getting Started page, or: 1. Create an account here 2. Then click here to download the extension and install it. 3. Once you have installed the browser add-on for Chrome go to a Google Analytics report and click the GAannotations extension icon that shows up at the top right of your browser. If you do not see GAannotations icon, go to the Chrome extensions puzzle icon and click on "pin extension". 4. Login in the extension to your GAannotations account. 5. On Google analytics "audience view", click on any of the GAannotaions little red icons you see above the Google Analytics chart to see the annotations details.

I've installed the GAannotations extension but I don't see the annotations, how do I use it?

Anytime you go to one of your Google Analytics report, just make sure that the GAannotations extension for Chrome is activated. If it’s not, just activate it by clicking on the extension icon and Login.

When you should use annotations?

Annotate any event that may positively or negatively influence user activity on your website and KPIs. These events could be both internal and external, so annotations can come from different teams within your company. Annotate events such as: - marketing campaigns - new code deployments - new product launches - website design changes - relevant content changes - pricing policies updates - newsletter launches - competitors activity - google algorithm updates - changes in the tracking code - important industry developments - public holidays - general news - weather issues - And more...

Are they any privacy issues I need to know about?

We value privacy. Your Google Analytics data is never saved or used for any purposes, other than to show you the annotations on top of your Google Analytics reports. You can check our privacy policy here