You can easily use Google Analytics alongside/in parallel with RedTrack, as both tools use tracking parameters that do not contradict each other. We can easily track Google Analytics UTMs and you will see them in your RedTrack reports alongside the other data we have.
For tracking Google Analytics UTMs you need to add the parameters to the vacant subs of the already added Traffic source or add them in the process of adding a new Traffic source.
To do that:
1. Go to Traffic sources->choose the one where Google Analytics UTM parameters need to be added (in our example it’s Facebook, but you choose your own):
2. Scroll down to the Additional parameters section and add necessary Google Analytics UTM parameters to the SUB fields which are empty, meaning where there are no already pre-filled parameters for this particular Traffic Source:
3. That’s it, now in the report you can filter data by a certain parameter (e.g. by utm_medium):
Go to the article Reports for more info on how to view, group, filter and download reports in RedTrack