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Cross Domain track create by Website G-translate

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Hi,

My Website is "http://urbanaccessregulations.eu/"  Which have a G-translate and i want to track all the Website Visitors Languages .Domain which is create using by website G-translate not from browsers translation . what is the way to track all the website visitors languages  create by G-translate .

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Re: Cross Domain track create by Website G-translate

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Hi Rahul,

You are already tracking the language subdomains. If you want to have the subdomains in the reports you need to set up a filter. Please see the document below:

https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1012243?hl=en

Let me know if this is what you need.

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Thanks Arnold ,

Yes i have see the lot of languages in Audience -->Overview . But i have little bit of confused i want to know where are from this languages comes from browsers language conversion or My joomla plugin G-translate conversion .
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Re: Cross Domain track create by Website G-translate

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Hi Rahul,

The language you see in Audience ->Overview is the web browser language setting of the user which is generally defaulted to the operating system language. So in the Audience report you see the browser setting but if you want to see the Joomla plugin subdomain language option in the reports you need to set up the filter I mentioned above. The reports will have the full domain displayed instead of just page paths. Hope this clarifies things.

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Hi Arnold,

I have apply the filter as you say above , can you please tell where i will track the full domain report .

Re: Cross Domain track create by Website G-translate

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Hi Rahul,

The full URL will be included in all reports. For example you can see it by going to Behaviour -> Site Content -> All Pages. It works from the moment when you've added the filter. Let me know if you have any questions.

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Hi,

I have added the filter but i can't see the full URL in Behaviour -> Site Content -> All Pages. I am see only the pages path for example "/userhome/access-regulations-low-emission-zone-quick-guide?country=Belgium".
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Re: Cross Domain track create by Website G-translate

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Hi Rahul,

Did you apply the filter to the view?
I'd recommend setting up a test view and to apply the filter for it first to see if that is what you want.
Remember the filters are not working retroactively, only from the moment of their implementation.

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