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I started out with one domain in our account years ago. Along the road I added two more domains in the same A account. I saw all the three domains and could change between them. Last year I added a fourth domain in the same way. Ended up with today I can only see this fourth domain. What happened? Is there a way to access those lost domains again? 

 

Need help!

/Bengt L

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Lost data in Analytics

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If you created a filter in the view, that could cause the problem. Filtered data is lost forever -- it is simply never recorded.

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@Bengt L did anyone else have access to the analytics account or properties?

Were you logged into the same google account/using same google email account when you created the property for the 4th domain?

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