Creating Filters to Track Subdomains
The website I am working on has a primary domain and 6 subdomains that I wish to track in Google Analytics. To set this up, I have created new views for each subdomain (adding the primary domain as the URL in View Settings) and added a filter to each. I created a "predefined filter" which "include only" "traffic to the hostname" "that contains" [my subdomain]
Each subdomain is tracking very view sessions per day and sessions aren't showing in the Real Time view. My question is, did I set these up correctly and if not, how would I adjust them so they start tracking correctly?
Re: Creating Filters to Track Subdomains
this is how the filter should look like - https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BytnRKtKViclTTdlY2YtVHZoNDA/view?usp=sharing :
Custom filter: Include Hostname
Jus change the sub, domain and com with your own values - filters may need some time to be applied. Real time for new views may need some time to work as well.
Check if there are no additional filters applied. Check if you do use some Analytics blockers such as opt out extension, ghostery, adblock or similar.
Implementation can be checked only in case if you post the site address.