Frequently Asked Questions

This FAQ covers Analytics and your account. Use the topic specific FAQs to find more information.

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What is a project?

A project is an individual website, store, or app you wish to install GoSquared on. Each project has a unique 'project token' that is provided in the code snippet you use during installation. Each project has it's own dashboards, Live Chat Inbox, and People CRM. The number of projects you can add may be limited by your GoSquared subscription – view up to date pricing here


How do I add a new project/site?

Click the project picker dropdown at the top of the sidebar in your account. Then click the '+' icon to add a new project. You can read more about multiple projects here  – Learn more


How do I delete a project/site?

Only the project owner (the person who originally added the project) has permission to delete it. First ensure you have selected the correct project using the project picker in the sidebar. Then head to Project Settings > General. Scroll to the bottom of the General section and hit the 'Delete' button. This is a destructive action that cannot be un-done.


What is a profile (People CRM)?

A profile is basically a contact/customer that your have storied in People CRM. You can see their information and what they've been browsing. A profile may be created when somebody registers for your service (becomes a customer), or when a visitor starts a Live Chat conversation with you – Learn more


How many seats, agents, or team members can I have?

All of them! We don't limit GoSquared by seat – our team sharing features allow you to share access to your account with as many friends or colleagues as you like, for free. Every shared team member will be able to view your dashboards, respond to Live Chat conversations and receive email reports – Learn more


Why are my GoSquared Analytics numbers different to Google Analytics?

All analytics services track and summarise data in different ways. GoSquared aims to be as accurate as possible, and includes some advanced methods for understanding the time visitors spend on your website with dramatically more precision than other analytics services – Learn more


Can I use GoSquared alongside other services like Google Analytics?

Yes, you can use GoSquared on any website you have control of, and it works seamlessly alongside anything else you have running.


How do I block specific visitors from polluting my stats?

GoSquared lets you block bots (like the Google Bot for example) and selected IP addresses to prevent them from showing up in your dashboards or using Assistant Live Chat widget on your site – learn more


I can't sign into my account

If you've forgotten your password you can reset it by entering the email address associated with your account at gosquared.com/reset

Forgotten which email address you registered with?

If you do not know the email address associated with your account, please email us on support@gosquared.com with details of the website you are using GoSquared with.

If you continue to have problems signing in to your account, please email us on support@gosquared.com and we will investigate.


Will GoSquared slow down my site?

The GoSquared code will load in asynchronously with any other resources on the page. This means it will not have any adverse effect on your site load time. The code is non-blocking, so it will not cause your page to load slowly.


What plan should I choose?

Everyone new GoSquared account starts with a free unlimited-usage trial period. After that you'll need to upgrade to a paid plan to continue using GoSquared – learn more


What's the maximum number of concurrent visitors or datapoints you can handle?

GoSquared’s technology stack is robust and flexible, handling analytics for some of the largest websites on the planet. For individual sites processing billions datapoints, or if you any specific questions about scaling, please view our enterprise page here.

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