Users can create multiple dashboards, up to 20 per user; and each dashboard can contain up to 12 widgets. Users can also set interaction goals (for example, you might use Google Analytics to track and optimize file downloads or video views), graph and compare certain metrics over time, and toggle between multiple profiles and sites while focusing on one report.
Right now, Google Analytics users can switch between the old and new versions of the product. The Googlers working on Analytics are soliciting feedback and are also prepping for even more new features in the future.
Stay tuned for more new features such as exporting reports to PDF, emailing reports, migrating reports from old Analytics to new Analytics, linking new AdWords and AdSense accounts to Analytics, email scheduling and In-Page Analytics.
So are you going to switch new version of Google Analytics now, or will you wait for some time until Google fixes bugs and add more features? Share with us!