Google Data Studio

Google Data Studio
Sharing settings for Data Studio are logical and beneficial but they are not intuitive. Documentation covers many pages, and the whole picture is hard to see.

There are two kinds of items in Data Studio: Reports and sources of data. Connecting a data source to a report lets
you create a report that visualizes the data. Documents and data sources have the same sharing features as every document on Google Drive
 
Sharing settings may be used to provide accessto individuals, groups or anyone who has a connection. The behavior is what you would
expect while sharing a Google File.Anyone you share with has to have a Google account because of this. Set link sharing to "anybody with the connection" to share a report or data source without needing a Google account .
 
Pre-processing and control of accessto the data through data sources. For example, you can use these to add custom fields to your dataset. Often, data sources can appear in more than one study. A report may reference one or more sources of data. Each report and source of data
has its own settings to share.
 
This is why sharing a reportdoesn't grant your data access too. Of data to fill in a shared report, both the report and any data sources used must be shared with the audience. If not, charts that reference unshared sources of data do not show up.Many applications have their own permissions, such as the Google Analytics. The owner of the account in Google Analytics decides who can access or alter data. If you are building a source of data you will require permission to access the dataset to which it relates.
 
What about viewers, with whomyou share your GA report? Do they need permissions to see the data from GA, too? Or should they see data, because you can see it with your own credentials This configuration expands standard settings for the shares. Data Studio says "Use Viewer's Credentials" or "Use Owner's Credentials" when editing a data source. Clicking on this will reveal credential settings.
 
Owner certificates makeit easy to share. This way, you can share any source of data with users. That's helpful when you don't want to allow them access — or you can't — to the underlying data.
 
When you use a data base that uses the credentials of the recipient, the own credentials are not exchanged. Viewers can not access the
dataset the same way you do. Then Data Studio uses the credentials to view the data on their behalf. When you revoke permissions for your data source from a client, when they open your article, data will no longer appear.
 
If you have given a viewers edit settings for a report,data may or may not fill in for them in that report. Rules for the exchange
of data sources decide that. The audience will be able to see what dimensions and measurements you report on
 


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