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Version: 3.0.1

📦 plugin-google-analytics

The default Google Analytics plugin. It is a JavaScript library for measuring how users interact with your website in the production build. If you are using Google Analytics 4 you might need to consider using plugin-google-gtag instead.


This plugin is deprecated, and will become useless on July 1, 2023.

Google is moving away from Universal Analytics.

If you are still using this plugin with a UA-* tracking id, you should create a Google Analytics 4 account as soon as possible, and use @docusaurus/plugin-google-gtag instead of this plugin. More details here.

production only

This plugin is always inactive in development and only active in production to avoid polluting the analytics statistics.


npm install --save @docusaurus/plugin-google-analytics

If you use the preset @docusaurus/preset-classic, you don't need to install this plugin as a dependency.

You can configure this plugin through the preset options.


Accepted fields:

trackingIDstringRequiredThe tracking ID of your analytics service.
anonymizeIPbooleanfalseWhether the IP should be anonymized when sending requests.

Example configuration

You can configure this plugin through preset options or plugin options.


Most Docusaurus users configure this plugin through the preset options.

If you use a preset, configure this plugin through the preset options:

module.exports = {
presets: [
googleAnalytics: {
trackingID: 'UA-141789564-1',
anonymizeIP: true,