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How to start a Supermetrics free trial

The first time you log in to Supermetrics, you’ll start a 14-day free trial. After that, you can trial individual data sources for 14 days each. Learn how to set up Supermetrics.


Instructions

Start a Supermetrics free trial

  1. Open our website.
  2. Choose your data destination.
  3. Follow the steps to launch your free trial.


Test out a data source

Once you’ve either started a free trial or purchased a subscription, you can test out any connector for free for 14 days. 


You can also use any of our early access connectors for free until they’re fully released.


Google Sheets

Before you begin, make sure you’ve connected Supermetrics to Google Sheets.

  1. Open the Supermetrics sidebar.
  2. Click Create query.
  3. Click Data source.
  4. Select the data source you’d like to test out.
  5. Follow the steps to begin your free trial.
Data Studio

Before you begin, make sure you’ve connected Supermetrics to Data Studio.

  1. Open the Supermetrics Data Studio connector gallery.
  2. Find the data source you’d like to test out.
  3. Click Try.
  4. Follow the steps to begin your free trial.
Excel

Before you begin, make sure you’ve connected Supermetrics to Excel.

  1. Open the Supermetrics sidebar.
  2. Click any empty cell to create a new query.
  3. In the sidebar, click Data source.
  4. Select the data source you’d like to test out.
  5. Follow the steps to begin your free trial.


When a trial ends

If you want to keep using all of Supermetrics’ features in a destination or data source after your trial for it ends, you should purchase a subscription to continue building and enhancing your reports.


Free mode

When a Google Sheets or Data Studio free trial ends, your license for these destinations will convert to free mode. This means you can keep using Supermetrics in these platforms with significant limitations.


Google Sheets

  • No data sources other than Google Analytics
  • Maximum of 100 rows of data per query


Data Studio

  • No data sources other than Facebook Ads, Google Ads, Google Analytics, Google Search Console, LinkedIn Ads, Mailchimp, Microsoft Advertising, Twitter Ads, and Yahoo DSP
  • Maximum date range of previous 10 days

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