List Web Property

Google Analytics monitors and reports the traffic for your website. This action lets you retrieve one or all WebProperties of your Google Analytics account. To do this, add this action to your canvas and configure it. Select the appropriate authorization for Google Analytics from the drop-down list. If you haven’t created an authorization yet, select ‘Add New’ to create one. 

Field data

Account ID (Mandatory): Enter the account ID of which you wish to retrieve the web property. To retrieve a specific account ID, click on 'ADMIN > Account Settings' tab, after you have logged in to your Google Analytics account. It is listed under 'Account ID' field.

If you wish to retrieve WebProperties from all of your accounts, enter 'all' as a value for this field. 

Maximum Results (Optional): Enter the number of WebProperties you wish to retrieve in the result.

Starting Index (Optional): Enter the index of the page from which you wish to start retrieving the records. 


Once you have entered the details, click on 'Done' and 'Run' the workflow. This will retrieve one or all webproperties from your Google Analytics account. 

Refer to API documentation for more information:

  • output-arrow google-analytics List Web Property
    • left-triangle kind string
    • left-triangle username string
    • left-triangle totalResults number
    • left-triangle startIndex number
    • left-triangle itemsPerPage number
    • left-triangle items array
      • left-triangle id string
      • left-triangle kind string
      • left-triangle selfLink string
      • left-triangle accountId string
      • left-triangle internalWebPropertyId string
      • left-triangle name string
      • left-triangle websiteUrl string
      • left-triangle level string
      • left-triangle profileCount number
      • left-triangle industryVertical string
      • left-triangle permissions object
      • left-triangle created string
      • left-triangle updated string
      • left-triangle parentLink object
      • left-triangle childLink object