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View subdomain traffic alone

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Hi All,

 

I have created a separate view for subdomain using filters ($A1$B1). Now my point is I have to see only subdomains in subdomain view and another view without subdomains. If this possible if yes, please educate me ?

 

example 

subdomains view

I should see pages like

a1.abc.com/pen

b1.abc.com/pen/red

a1.abc.com/workbook/lesseon1

 

Normal View

www.abc.com/pen

www.abc.com/

 

I think i am clear with my question, please reply soon

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Re: View subdomain traffic alone

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Hi Nandhakumar,

Keep an unfilterd view. Create a view for each that you'd like. Use a hostnames filter.

Advanced>> Include>>Hostname and a filter pattern of ^a1\.abc\.com$|b1\.abc\.com$ (You can make this regex shorter but I think this is easier for folks to understand the pipe | means or the ^ begins with, the $ ends with.)


Do the same for your Normal view and use abc\.com$|www\.abc\.com$

Double check your hostnames report to make sure that there aren't others that you may want to include.



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