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How do I seperate three IP addresses in the filter

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Hi there, 

I would like to exclude four internal IP address. Each IP address is different (not part of a network and no subsets). How do I separate the IP addresses when entering into IP field?  I'm sure it's not with a comma Smiley Happy

 

Thank you kindly for your help,

Lisa

 

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Hi Lisa,

Vertical bar is for that - |

An example:

192.168.1.1|192.208.1.1|191.149.1.1|193.122.1.2

Recommend you to keep one view unfiltered as well. Smiley Happy

Hope this helps.
Taavi

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Hi Taavi,

I'm absolutely new at this. How do I keep one view unfiltered?

Thank you,
Lisa

Re: How do I seperate three IP addresses in the filter

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Hi Lisa,

 

I guess that you'd like to apply this filter to your existing view. That's OK. You should just create a new view for an existing property as well and keep it unfiltered. Maybe you need this data in the future. Keep in mind, filtered data cannot be unfiltered that's why you should have at least one view for raw data. Smiley Happy

 

New view.png

 

Here you can find more detailed instructions: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1009714

 

Don't apply any filters to this new view. Even better to rename it as "Raw data" or "Unfiltered data" then you and your colleagues will know that as well in the future. Smiley Happy

 

Hope this helps.
Taavi