How to change or remove Google Analytics weekly email

By on 01/12/2012

I have been trying for some time to figure out how to change or even stop the Google Analytics weekly emailer in the new Google Analytics system to no avail.  Well, today I finally found some info on it from Google…back from November!  It shows how to do it by simply clicking the “Standard Reporting > Email” button as seen below.

Google Analytics Email Report

Google Analytics Email Report

So I scour my analytics account for this magic button, but keep reading.  Next they tell you…oh yeah, but that feature isn’t released yet.  But it will be ready in a few weeks as they stated in November of last year!

“If you are using the newer version of Google Analytics, click here for the latest version of removing the weekly email in Google Analytics.”

So here is the only way I could figure out how to do it.  First go to the old version by clicking the link in at the top right.

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21 responses to “How to change or remove Google Analytics weekly email”

  1. Seth says:

    Thanks, Black Bear!  Couldn’t have done it without this post.  You’re right.  What was Google thinking?

  2. Seth says:

    Thanks, Black Bear!  Couldn’t have done it without this post.  You’re right.  What was Google thinking?

  3. Kristin says:

    I’ve got an account that’s only a couple weeks old. I want to delete some test reports I set up. There’s a link at the bottom that says “Old version – Reporting” ….. which doesn’t take me to the old version; it just refreshes the new version. Do you know if there’s ANYTHING I can do here? I’ve been trying for hours to find a way to delete these. This is crazy. Thanks so much for any help!!

  4. Kristin says:

    Ah, I just found it under Admin in the new version. Whew. Thanks anyway.

    • Joel Black says:

      Glad you fond it!  The old system now will not even let you turn off reporting.  Like you said, the link doesn’t work anymore.  Google said they will be discontinuing old reports soon.

  5. snowrider says:

    In the new version, go to the ADMIN menu (top right) and on the PROFILES tab there is a link for Scheduled Emails.

  6. Sam says:

    This took some Googling to figure out for me too!
    Click “Admin” on the right in the orange menu
    Click “Scheduled Email” link
    There will be an Actions drop-down to the right of existing scheduled emails with an option to “Delete”

  7. Ron Dod says:

    I googled how to do this and found your blog. Small world!

    • Joel Black says:

      ha, I thought you knew how to do everything 🙂

      • Robert Barrett says:

        Hey Joel! I thought I knew how to do everything too (tongue firmly in cheek)! But this one really had me stumped until I Googled and found your post. I saw snowrider’s post from 3 years ago and it helped me find the appropriate place to go to remove my scheduled emails! Thanks for your post (what? 3 years ago?).

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