Digital access

To set up with Dexibit, your concierge will need security access to the systems you’d like to integrate to – for common applications such as Google Analytics, Facebook and Twitter, these can be configured online to allow access.

Google Analytics

To add access, go to and log in to your account.

From the top horizontal menu, click ‘ADMIN’.

Choose whether to add permission for Dexibit at an account, property or view level. Unless you have a preference otherwise, please use ‘Account’ access.

  1. Account – use this menu to give Dexibit permission across all your Google Analytics properties (useful if you’re managing multiple sites, apps or digital experiences via Google)
  2. Property – use this menu to only allow Dexibit select permission to a single property, such as your website
  3. View – use this menu to restrict Dexibit’s access only to some data from your Google Analytics account

From the Account, Property or View menu, choose ‘User Management’.

On the User Management page, scroll down. Under ‘Add permissions for’, enter ‘‘ with the setting ‘Manage users, Edit, Collaborate, Read and Analyze’. Check the box next to ‘Notify user by email’.

Click [Add].

Please note Dexibit will need to retain this permission for the lifetime of the integration. Once the integration has been setup, this can be scaled back to ‘Read and Analyze’ only.


To add access, go to and log in to your account. Befriend Jack Connor on Facebook. In Facebook, click on your account page, then ‘Settings’ from the top right menu.

From the page settings left hand menu, choose ‘Page Roles’, then click [ + Add Another Person]. Search for Jack Connor using his name, or the email address Choose the ‘Editor’ or ‘Admin’ permission level. If Facebook connects you with Jack properly, you will see Jack’s profile pic appear next to the role setting. You may be prompted to enter your Facebook password to continue.


Please provide your login details directly. You’ll also need to have a confirmed mobile phone number against your Twitter account in order for integrations to be set up. Once we have your Twitter integration ready, you can reset your Twitter password.

Although Twitter has an analyst mode for issuing permissions to alternative accounts, this method is not available for analytics integrations.


In order for us to integrate with Instagram, we will need to receive your Instagram access token. Please go to and click on ‘Generate Access Token’. Login with your credentials and send the access token to Please make sure that your Instagram account is public.

Alternatively, please provide your login details directly.

Once you’re finished, please email and we’ll integrate your accounts.