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Multiple domains in one property (error handling)

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Hi, all,

 

does anyone have an idea what can we do as an agency did a mixup and has inserted the same UA code (same property) on two different websites (similar site but for different markets, therefor the difference is in the top domain (.hr, .rs). Cross domain tracking was of course not set, as this was an error. However, we'd like to access history, as the error has been around for a whole year.

 

Thanks in advance,

Matic

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Re: Multiple domains in one property (error handling)

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Have you tried creating a segment that excludes the other host name. In theroy this should then only show you traffic that was actually your URL

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Perfect, thanx for the tip!

Actually what I did (in order to see data for each domain) is creating two segments, each including a desired domain, but your tip sparkled this. And yes, it works.