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I’ve spent some time trying to clean up my Google Analytics account by deleting properties and profiles that are no longer active. Finding a way to delete Google Analytics properties and profiles that you own requires some digging to find the link. There’s not an easily-visible delete button in your Google Analytics account.
In a nutshell, you log into Google Analytics, click Admin, click the Property that you want to delete, click Account Settings and look for the “Delete this account” link at the bottom of the page. If you want to delete a specific Profile rather than a whole Property, then you would continue to click to that Profile and then to to Profile Settings where you file find the “Delete this profile” link.
Deleting accounts you own is easy, but so far I haven’t been able to find a way to delete accounts from my Analytics that people have shared with me. I find it hard to believe that you can’t remove yourself from an account someone has shared with you short of asking for them to remove your access. However, after doing some research, it does seem that there currently is not a way to delete a Google Analytics account that someone has shared with you. See this support thread.
However, there is user who stated that there is a script to fix this problem, which is located at the bottom of the support thread, but I wasn’t courageous enough to attempt it on my own since I’m a little skeptical that it could possibly be a malicious script and don’t want to mess with that.
Here is an excellent video tutorial on how to delete a Google Analytics property that you own: