Getting Started With Analytics In Unity

All you have to do is turn on analytics under Project Settings, and Unity gives you a dashboard
Don’t forget this or your analytics won’t work
Add an analytics event with a name of Test Event, a key of key, and an object of 1
Eventually you should start seeing your events show up in your dashboard

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Game developer with over 12 years of experience, mainly focused on MMOs.

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