Internal traffic in Explore can be excluded by creating an exclude segment. The examples below show the various ways you can define and exclude internal traffic. While IP address will be the popular method, the same approach can be applied to excluding by internal test domains or other attributes. Creating an Exclude Segment for Single […]
The query parameters you collect can be given user-friendly names and organized into categories that best meet your organization’s needs. Instead of searching for the query parameter, WT.mc_id, for example, you can name it “Marketing Campaign ID” and add it to your “Campaigns” category. Doing so enables users to more easily access data in familiar […]
Explore allows users to save Views, measures, and segments at multiple levels depending on the users level of access rights. Saving Measures and Segments Three different options are available for saving measures and segments. 1. This view only – Measures and segments are saved only as long as the View is in use. They are […]
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Measures are applied to a View to gain insight into how a dimension value is performing. For example, users from Germany have a higher conversion rate than users from France, or user session duration is lower for users on mobile devices than on computers. A set of standard measures – Views, Sessions (Visits), and Users […]