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Does Content Grouping Works Retroactively in GA?

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Does Content Grouping Works Retroactively in GA or it will work from the point i created in like filters?

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It is not retroactive. 

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It is not retroactive. 

Does Content Grouping Works Retroactively in GA?

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Thanks for the info.Are u sure of it?

Does Content Grouping Works Retroactively in GA?

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Hi Soumik,

Have you tested whether or not content grouping is retroactive or not?

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"Content Grouping is not retroactive. The Content Groups that you create are valid only from the creation date forward." From the help docs towards bottom of following page https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2853423?hl=en Cheers Bronwyn
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