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Tracking code problem

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I somehow made a big mistake when trying to change my default url in Analytics to the non-www version of my domain name. http://bit.ly/2a5fYaO 

 

As a result, my Analytics home page now shows two properties with the same name. The tracking code is the same for both but one has a "-1" after it (UA-xxxxxxxx-1) and the other has a "-2" ((UA-xxxxxxxx-2). How do I correct this?

 

Thank you!

Re: Tracking code problem

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Hi Aquabond,

It looks that now your page doesn't have Google Analytics tracking code - is it deliberate or some sort of mistake? As for your question: changing default URL in Analytics doesn't create another property. To create one, you need to do it manually.

It's impossible for one code to send data to 2 different properties. Could you please include some screenshots so we could see what is the problem that you're experiencing?