Have you ever felt a little overwhelmed when navigating through Google Analytics to find all your Sleeknote data?

So have we, and so have our customers.

We always try to comply with the demands and wishes that our customers have, and we’re therefore super excited to announce the new Sleeknote dashboard in Google Analytics.

How it works

The dashboard gives you a great overview of your Sleeknote data all in one place, and it makes it a lot easier for you to dive into the specifics of your Sleeknote data.

Import your SleekBoxes into the Sleeknote dashboard, and the rest is done automatically. Google Analytics already collects all your data from your website, so by importing your SleekBoxes to the new dashboard, all your data will follow.

It has now become much easier for you to understand how your SleekBoxes interact, and how they perform based on various demographics, sources, devices, etc.

Every time a user signs up through one of your SleekBoxes, an event is sent to the dashboard containing all information about that user.

Having all your user data gathered in one place with easy access makes it a whole lot easier for you to segment your users based on a variety of different conditions and create more personalized email campaigns.

Here’s what it looks like.


Press here to get the dashboard – Select a view and hit the “Create” button and Google Analytics will move all of the data from your SleekBoxes into your newly created dashboard immediately.

Once this is done, all your future Sleeknote data will automatically be updated in your new dashboard every time a new event is sent to Google Analytics. Yay!

You can find your new Sleeknote dashboard under “Dashboards” and then it will be in your “Private” folder under dashboards.

The new Sleeknote dashboard includes exciting new elements, such as source, device, new/returning visitor, and age. The ‘Age’ function is, however, only available with the latest version of Google Analytics (Universal Analytics).

With these elements, you can see where your leads come from, if they’re new or returning visitors, and what age group they belong to. You can also see which of your SleekBoxes perform best on different source­s and devices.

You can even customize your dashboard and include other elements. Just hit the small pencil in the right top corner of each box and choose an element from the dropdown menu. You can also choose whether you want the data to be shown as a counter, timeline, geo map, table, pie, or bar.


We hope you’re just as excited as we are, and that you’re ready to start exploring the new dashboard and see what new opportunities it will bring.

Rikke Thomsen
Rikke is Head of Email Marketing here at Sleeknote. Her expertise lies within copywriting, content marketing, and email marketing. When she’s not busy wearing down the keys on her keyboard, she loves getting creative in the kitchen, binging on Netflix series, and skiing in the Alps.

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  1. Hi Rikke

    I think it is great to see that you want to inspire your customers through data. However, I made request for a better integration with Google Analytics roughly 5 months ago, since the data you send to Google Analytics is not especially detailed.

    The request I made was for:

    1) Being able to track how many times a sleeknote has been shown – and not just clicked (in order to track it as the start of a funnel where users are exposed to the message).
    2) Being able to differentiate between the different active Sleeknotes (currently you cannot see which Sleeknote drove the click/signup)

    Thumbs up for working with data – however, to me it seems a bit backwards, that you want to build a dashboard before the data is relevant.

    • Emil Kristensen

      Hey Esben,

      I’ll just reply for Rikke on this one.

      First of all – thank you so much for your comment and feedback.

      The dashboard you see in this post is a “simple” dashboard with data everybody can relate to.

      1) You can see “Sleeknote shown” under events (click on Sleeknote) -> Event action. You can use this to setup custom funnels, see which sources converts the best etc.

      2) You are also able to do this already. Under “event label” you’ll find the ID of the Sleeknote. Under my Sleeknotes you can see the ID and combine it with Google Analytics data.

      You are always welcome to reach out to our customer success team if you need any help at mail@sleeknote.com.


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