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The analysis function of the user is not displayed in the page

The analysis function of the red box in the figure is not displayed in the user's page




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Hi @Bard ,

By default, all logged in users can view the Analytics option in the header, and access analytics data for spaces they have permissions to see. 

To limit analytics to specific groups:

  1. Go to General Configuration > Analytics Permissions.
  2. Search for a group.
  3. Select Add.
  4. Repeat this process for each group.  

Only people who are a member of these groups will see the Analytics option in the header, or in a space.

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