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CONVERSIONS COLUMN

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I have 3 conversion pixels on my website. However, on the conversion column, I want to see only the information for one of them. I disabled the options of the other two so that I don't see it on the report, however, they're still showing. How can I get rid of the information for the two I don't want once and for all?

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Re: CONVERSIONS COLUMN

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Hi pfpernicone,

The simplest solution for you is to remove the conversion pixels for the ones you don't want to track.
Cheers,
Shweta

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Hi,

I agree with Shweta here, this is the last resort (after switching off reporting for a Conversion Pixel) where you can remove the codes from you pages. This should definitely help you out.

Hope this Helps!

Cheers!

Shashank
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Thank you both for the answers, but really, the only solution is to disabled them?

 

I mean, I'm interested in watching those three type of conversions, however I only want the report to show one. If there's an option to take it off the report, why is it not working?