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I have one google analytics account for one year. If I replace it with new code, the old google analytics account will now work out. Suppose, if I replace this new code with the older one what will happen? Will I get the older one-year data which I am using now
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  • Profile picture of the author webhosting
    Not sure why do you want to replace the code, however, I see two possible reasons:

    1. Google Analytics time to time change the code to offer new features. In such case, you can actualize the code on your website and you will see all historical data in your Google Analytics account.

    2. If you want to use a new Google account for some reason, than you can use your old account and set up permissions so you can see the data using the new account - without the need to update your code.
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  • Profile picture of the author appshake
    If you set permissions to your old account in your new one, you can see the old data,
    in any case, why would you change that account?
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