Custom Filter Event Tracking Custom Dimension Custom Metric Explanation: In many cases, you’ll have the option to use events, screen views, and/or a custom metric to track your most important metrics. However, custom metrics can produce more flexible and more readable custom reports and as such are a convenient way to track your most important …
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Product Hit Session User Explanation: User-level scope allows you to conveniently group all of a user’s component sessions and hits by a single value. It is ideal for values that don’t change often for a particular use.
Enhanced Ecommerce Data Import Site Search Search filters Explanation: Site Search lets you understand the extent to which users took advantage of your site’s search function, which search terms they entered, and how effectively the search results created deeper engagement with your site.
Same scope Same Custom Report Same view Same index Explanation: Not every metric can be combined with every dimension. Each dimension and metric has a scope: user-level, session-level, or hit-level. In most cases, it only makes sense to combine dimensions and metrics that share the same scope.
All of the above Event Pageview Transaction Explanation: An interaction that results in data being sent to Analytics. Common hit types include page tracking hits, event tracking hits, and ecommerce hits.Each time the tracking code is triggered by a user’s behavior (for example, user loads a page on a website or a screen in a …
(direct) email googlemerchandisestore.com google Explanation: “Email” is not considered as a source in Google Analytics. “Email” comes under the “Medium”.
Flat Table Pivot Table Explorer Map Overlay Explanation: Explorer: The standard Analytics report. Includes a line graph and a data table that includes dynamic elements like a search/sort option and secondary dimensions. Flat Table: A static, sortable table that displays data in rows. Map Overlay: A map of the world. Different regions and countries display in darker …
Pages report Landing Pages report All Pages report Exit Pages report Explanation: The “Exit Pages” report under “Site Content” shows the pages where users left your site. Because you don’t want users exiting from important pages like a shopping cart checkout, it’s a good idea to periodically review this report to minimize unwanted exits.
1 2 6 3 Explanation: Goals are configured at the view level. Goals can be applied to specific pages or screens your users visit, how many pages/screens they view in a session, how long they stay on your site or app, and the events they trigger while they are there.
Goals or Ecommerce In-page Analytics Custom Dimensions Advertising Features Explanation: The Multi-Channel Funnels reports are generated from conversion paths, the sequences of interactions (i.e., clicks/referrals from channels) during the 90 days1 that led up to each conversion and transaction. Analytics compiles conversion path data for any Goal or Ecommerce transaction you define.