Some browsers don't support Google's OAuth flow. We recommend that our users turn off ad blockers and use the newest version of Chrome, Firefox, or Safari.
In addition, do not use incognito mode when authenticating your google account as incognito mode does not support Google's OAuth flow.
Accounts that lack the proper access may get disconnected from your Google Analytics property or Google Tag Manager container. This occurs if an admin revokes access for a specific Google Account. To remedy this, you can add the user back to the property and/or container, or you can authenticate as a new user.
Google Account doesn't have access to any Google Analytics properties or Google Tag Manager containers.
If the account used to authenticate with Google doesn't have access, you'll see something similar to what is shown below. To remedy this, you can add the user back to the property and/or container, or you can authenticate as a new user.
Google can revoke application access to an account if the account has been authorized with too many applications. If access has been revoked, you'll see a warning on the dashboard and the message below. To remedy this, you can authenticate with the same account.
Updated about 1 month ago