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How to filter by a named service provider

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In Google Analytics, under Audience > Technology > Network, there is a named Service Provider that I would like to filter out. However, when creating a new Filter, it seems that you can only enter actual domains and IP addresses. Is there a way to filter by the name of the Service Provider?

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Accepted by topic author Jeremy J
December 2015

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Hi Jeremy,

They changed the name of this one which is why you likely could not find it. It used to be called Visitor ISP Organization, now it is just "ISP Organisation.

To exclude service providers do the following:
Create Filter
Filter Type: Custom > Exlcude
Filter Field: ISP Organisation
Filter Pattern: service provider name

 

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Re: How to filter by a named service provider

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Thanks, Brian! I seem to have failed to look beyond the "Predefined" filters the first time.

How to filter by a named service provider

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Is the view filtering the same for 'Network Domain'?

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What up