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How to Set Up Views With Filters
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To see what views are currently available for a property click the
"Admin" tab at the top.
"Admin" tab, under view, click view settings. In this area when you first create a property Analytics
Automatically sets up an unfiltered view called "All web Site Data"
"All Website Data" contains all of the
Raw, unchanged data you collected for the property. It's recommended changing the name to "Raw Data" so you know it hasn't been filtered.
To change the "View Name" name symply
Type in the new name and click save.
Setting up a "test view" tests
The view settings page.
If we configure something incorrectly, we may inadvertently
Lose data we want to collect. So it's best to test all of our configurations in test view first.
To set up a test view, at the top left click the
View selector pull-down menu. Then select create new view and after naming it click "create view".
Once in the "test view" for a property, click view settings scroll down, and under bot filtering click
"exclude all hits from known bots and spiders" as this will help filter out bot traffic.
Master View is the view that we
Use to do all of our reporting and analysis.
To copy the view, in the top right corner click
Filters are used to determine
What data we want Analytics to display in each view.
Excluding internal IP measure makes it so we can measure online
Google Store (our business's) behavior strictly for external customers, without any employee influence.
Click the view name you want, then filters then add filter inorder to get to the
Add filter to view.
Two filter types
Predefined, and custom filters.
Custom filters and predefined
Two filter types (different order)
Predefined filters are templates for the
Most common filters you'll use.
Custom filters let you design a filter to
Include, exclude, or modify data.
Since excluding data by IP address is common, Analytics
Offers a predefined filter for that (not in customs filters)
Predefined filter, followed by select filter type (exclude) followed by select source or destination (traffic from the IP addresses) then the select expression (that are equal to) will allow you to type
A specific IP address that you want to exclude.
You can find your public IP addresses by opening a new tab and searching for
"What's my ip?" in Google.
Once you have the public IP address that you want, enter it into the
IP addresses field and then press save (after filter tpe predefined, exclude, take from the ip addresses, taht are equal to)
When you create a filter it shows up in the
List of filters.
Once you've saved a filter and applied it to a view, Google Analytics will
Check the IP addresses of traffic to the web proeprty and exclude those that match the filter.
It will take a little time for the filter to catch all of
To test that the filter is excluding internal traffic, click "reporting" which is
On the very top, next to the home and customization buttons, to the right of the Google Analytics logo.
After clicking "reporting" then click "real time" followed by overview to show you a
Report of real-time traffic to your website.
If you're on your internal network, you should notice that your internal user traffic should
Decline over the next 30 minutes.
Once the filters have taken effect, Analytics won't collect any internal activity for the
IP address you filtered.
Once you've verified the filter is working in your test view, you can add it to
Your master view.
Instead of "create new filter" you can select the radio button for "apply existing filter". This will allow you to
Select from a list of filters you've previously created.
If you apply multiple filters to a view, each filter will be
Applied in the order they appear in your filter settings.
If you have two filters in a single view, the data will pass through
The first filter before passing through the second.
Be mindful of the order in whichyou apply filters because
The data will pss through the first filter (if you have two or more) before it passes through the second.
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