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Google Analytics events (user-ID vs Not-user-ID view)

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I recently enabled User-ID for our website and enabled event tracking as well thru Google tag manager. Now, the events are being tracked as expected but only some events are published in the user-ID-enabled view. 

I would imagine that if there is no user-id, then obviously we would not show that on User-id view but even registered users are not shown in the user-id-enabled view. 

Any pointers ??

 

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Archit

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Google Analytics events (user-ID vs Not-user-ID view)

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Encountered same problem, some events are on userId view, some of them are not. However all of them are on normal, non-userId view.

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Google Analytics events (user-ID vs Not-user-ID view)

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Just found a working solution: https://stackoverflow.com/a/34025589/262221
Thanks for inspiration to look at it one more time!

Google Analytics events (user-ID vs Not-user-ID view)

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Phew..!!!

The thing I still could not understand is, I had added the unique user id in custom dimensions before. I don't know how field to set actually helps but it did.