This page describes how to add Google Analytics in JIRA, but is not updated for JIRA 6 :
Can you tell us how to do it in JIRA 6 ?
The banner works well but it does not register all the hits, unfortunately. Example if you use the issue navigator and then click on the first issue, once you enter in the issue display this hit is recorded, but if you click on J or K (jump/back) this does not record a hit because the banner is not reloaded. We need to find a better way to include Google Analytics.
Adding the Google script in the announcement banner is not enough. You will miss a lot of pages, for example if you search issues and you get let's say 10 results in the issue navigator, the banner will count on page hit when you load the first issue. If you then click on J (jump) or K (back) the screen is not loaded again so the banner does not run the Google Analytics script. The only way of solving this issue is by entering the Google Analytics script in the description of the summary field on each one of your field configurations you have, see screen shot below.
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Hi Claudio, I'm not sure that I fully understand your instructions.. When I put the <script>...</script> into the Description box, it appears on the screen underneath the Description field (which is how it should work when you put anything into that box), like this:
Am I missing something?
As others have said, the trick is to use the announcement banner. The twist is that you also want to use the official autotrack plugin from Google, specifically the urlChangeTracker: https://github.com/googleanalytics/autotrack/blob/master/docs/plugins/url-change-tracker.md. It will enable tracking page views on single-page-app pages like issue navigator.
Example code that you would put in the announcement banner would be
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