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Hi,

 

I work for a company called navyuginfo.com. For past one week, I'm trying to figure out filters. I want to make sure only traffic from hostname: navyuginfo.com & hostname: googleusercontent\.com$  is shown in a particular view. I have applied the filter:

 

Custom filter > Include > Filter Field : Hostname > navyuginfo\.com$ .

Also,

Custom filter > Include > Filter Field : Hostname > googleusercontent\.com$ .

 

You can see in attached images.

But traffic in this view is absolutely zero, although I'm getting enough traffic in the unfiltered view on this hostname. Please help me I'm struggling, why is this happening???

 

Regards,

NamanHostname spam 1.pngHostname spam 2.png

 

 

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you should only add 1 filter with condition of or |

 

navyuginfo\.com$ | googleusercontent\.com$

 

also verify the filter before saving.

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exactly - the filters are applied in order: does it match 1 yes/no, if not then the hit does not go further -  does it match 2 yes/no. 

"If you apply multiple Include Filters, the hit must match every applied Include Filter in order to save the hit."

https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1034832?hl=en

 

John Wedderburn, Advertiser Community, Rising Star
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