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Hi,

 

I made a view which contains an additional (custom) filter.
However, it shows 2 days old data everytime, i.e., the data (pageviews, sessions etc), till the current date and 2 days ago is always the same.

 

Any idea on what could be the possible reasons?

Thanks!

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Re: View gets updated once in 2 days

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Hi :-)
a data processing latency of 24-48hr is considered normal. oFen you will get data on the same day, but its not guaranteed..

There are certain data limits that if over stepped will result in slower processing of reports.
Filters dont work to reduce the number of hits sent to google, only the data that gets sent into your reports
For more info on report freshness and data limits:
https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1070983?hl=en

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Accepted by topic author Puja S
July 2016

Re: View gets updated once in 2 days

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Hi :-)
a data processing latency of 24-48hr is considered normal. oFen you will get data on the same day, but its not guaranteed..

There are certain data limits that if over stepped will result in slower processing of reports.
Filters dont work to reduce the number of hits sent to google, only the data that gets sent into your reports
For more info on report freshness and data limits:
https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1070983?hl=en

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