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Tracking comma-delimited terms in a custom dimension

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Hello! I use Drupal as my main content management system. On each page, I have a series of taxonomy terms to describe the content. I can log those terms to Google Analytics as a custom dimension, but right now it's particularly useful. So, I have a post has terms "Drupal, Strategy, Code" and a second one that is "Drupal, Posting, Keywords." Those come up as separate entries, rather than Drupal being a term, Posting being another and so on.

 

So my question is this: Is there a way to save the terms to a custom dimension, so that Drupal would be it's own keyword, and I could click it on it to get the number of pages that have that as a keyword? 

Re: Tracking comma-delimited terms in a custom dimension

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Hi,

I don't think that would be feasible.

Rather you can save the comma separated list in custom diemnsions.

And while seeing the reports can add segment to filter the data accordingly.

Best Regards,
A.T.

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