I've got a GA account that contains several "accounts" and "properties", all under the same email address. The set up looks a little similar to this:

  • My overall Google Account (abc@gmail.com)
    • My Sites (account)
      • example.com (property)
      • subdomain.example.com (property)
      • anothersite.com (property)
    • Client Sites (account)
      • theirsite.com (property)

And so on.

I've created a new account called "example.com related sites" and I'd like to move example.com and subdomain.example.com into this new account.

But I can't find an easy way to do it, without possibly deleting my properties and re-creating them, then updating my site to use the new tracking code.

How can I move properties between accounts without deleting them?


At the moment, there is no way to move properties from one GA account into another.

Update: September 10, 2016

Now there is a way to move GA properties between different accounts:

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  • So my suspicions were correct? I need to delete my properties, re-create them and update my site to use the new tracking code? – Grayda Jun 14 '16 at 7:59
  • That is correct, although I would hang onto the existing properties and views first just in case, and also to see historical data. – nyuen Jun 14 '16 at 13:32
  • Thanks for confirming. I've renamed my original properties and created some new ones. Cheers :) – Grayda Jun 14 '16 at 22:34

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