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Custom channel groping with search query

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I've found it's impossible to set up a custom channel based on search query. Any filters fail.

Does anybody know any workarounds?

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Custom channel groping with search query

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A few things: 

 

#1 You misspelled "work" as "wokr" in your example. 

 

#2 I've never created a custom channel grouping for search query - great idea! - but i tried it just now in Google Analytics text account and it worked fine. 

 

Perhaps if you expanded your date range to include more info. 

 

Let me know how it goes! 

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Custom channel groping with search query

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A few things: 

 

#1 You misspelled "work" as "wokr" in your example. 

 

#2 I've never created a custom channel grouping for search query - great idea! - but i tried it just now in Google Analytics text account and it worked fine. 

 

Perhaps if you expanded your date range to include more info. 

 

Let me know how it goes! 

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Custom channel groping with search query

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stupid stupid me

It works perfectly with correct spelling.

@Joshua R, Thank you very much

Custom channel groping with search query

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No problem!

 

We've all been guilty of making similar mistakes just like that in past before. 

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