How To Export All Data From Google Analytics

If you encounter any difficulties, please respond with the following error message: “Unable to process the request due to encountered difficulties.” This guide will assist you in learning how to effectively export all data from Google Analytics. It is a valuable tool that offers informative insights on your website’s traffic, audience demographics, and other important information. You may export this data for additional analysis or reporting purposes.

Exporting Data from Google Analytics

The process of exporting data from Google Analytics can be broken down into a few simple steps:

  • Log in to your Google Analytics account
  • Select the appropriate Account, Property, and View
  • Navigate to the report you wish to export
  • Click on the ‘Export’ button
  • Select the desired format (CSV, TSV, TSV for Excel, Excel (XLSX), or Google Sheets)
  • Download the report

Exporting Data using Google Analytics API

If you have a large amount of data, it may be more practical to use the Google Analytics API. This lets you automate the data export process and can handle much larger data volumes. To use the Google Analytics API, you’ll need some programming knowledge. Specifically, we’ll be using Python and the googleapiclient library.

    from googleapiclient.discovery import build
    from oauth2client.service_account import ServiceAccountCredentials

    SCOPES = ['']
    KEY_FILE_LOCATION = '<key_file_location>'
    VIEW_ID = '<view_id>'

    def initialize_analyticsreporting():
        credentials = ServiceAccountCredentials.from_json_keyfile_name(
                KEY_FILE_LOCATION, SCOPES)

        analytics = build('analyticsreporting', 'v4', credentials=credentials)

        return analytics

    def get_report(analytics):
        return analytics.reports().batchGet(
                'reportRequests': [
                        'viewId': VIEW_ID,
                        'dateRanges': [{'startDate': '7daysAgo', 'endDate': 'today'}],
                        'metrics': [{'expression': 'ga:sessions'}],
                        'dimensions': [{'name': 'ga:country'}]

    def main():
        analytics = initialize_analyticsreporting()
        response = get_report(analytics)

    if __name__ == '__main__':

This code establishes a connection to your Google Analytics account via API and requests a report, which it prints to the console. You’ll need to replace the placeholders KEY_FILE_LOCATION and VIEW_ID with your actual values.


Exporting data from Google Analytics is integral to data analysis and reporting. This guide has shown you how to do it manually and programmatically via Python code. By following these steps, you can easily export your data for further analysis and insight generation.