All we have to do now is go to the Google Analytics account and check the Real-Time reports option and click on the “Overview”. Open up an incognito window in your browser and enter a page with the subdomain. If everything is correct, you will see an active user on your subdomain, that shows up under the main settings.
Does Google Analytics include subdomains?
The Google Developer site for Google Analytics has very few references to subdomains. A search for “subdomains” points you to documentation for cross-domain tracking, and cookie domains. When using automatic cookie domain configuration, your users will be tracked across subdomains without any extra configuration.
How do I view subdomains in Google Analytics?
How to see traffic for subdomains in Google Analytics
- Log in to your Analytics account and go to the Admin screen.
- Click on “Filters” under the third column (VIEW).
- Click “+ New Filter”
- Add Name for Filter (anything is ok – example – “Show Full Subdomain”).
- Select “Custom” for Filter Type.
- Selected “Advanced”.
How do I view subdomains in Google Analytics 4?
How to configure cross-domain tracking in Google Analytics 4?
- Step #1. Go to the Admin of Google Analytics > Data Streams and select web data stream.
- Step #2. Go to More Tagging Settings.
- Step #3. Click Configure your domains.
- Step #4. Enter all domains that should be included in the cross-domain tracking setup.
How do I add a subdomain to Google Tag Manager?
Subdomain Tracking with Google Tag Manager & Universal Analytics
- Create A Container & Install Code.
- Start Creating Your Universal Analytics Tag.
- Add Your Tracking ID.
- Set The Cookie Domain.
- Add A Rule to fire on “All Pages”
- Set up Preview & Debug.
- Preview your Web Site.
- Create a new Version.
Do subdomains need cross-domain tracking?
If you are tracking visitors on different subdomains but they all belong to the same main domain, you DO NOT need to implement Cross-domain tracking. That way, all subdomains will have access to the same _ga cookie. Use the same GA property for all subdomains.
How do I filter subdomains in Google Analytics?
Creating Google Analytics Filters In the same Admin area, go to the right-hand ‘View’ column and scroll down until you find ‘Filters’. In the ‘Filter Pattern’ text box add the sub-domain you want to track and include backslashes before each period.
How do I add unbounce to Google Analytics?
Within the Unbounce App, select the Settings tab on the left-side menu bar. Select Script Manager from the list of Settings options. From Script Manager, click the button at the top-right to Add a Script, and select Google Analytics from the drop-down menu.
How do I filter a subdomain?
How to filter out a subdomain in Google Analytics
- Make sure you have admin/editing access to the Google Analytics account.
- In the view column, create a new view for your subdomain or subfolder.
- Implement any existing filters that you want to apply to this view as well (e.g. filtering out IPs from your office)
What is referral exclusion list?
A referral exclusion list is the list of domains whose incoming traffic is treated as direct traffic (instead of referral traffic) by Google Analytics. Direct traffic is a Google Analytics session (or visit) which starts without a referrer being passed by a user’s web browser.
Does GA4 have views?
There is no “view” level section of GA4. Whereas traditional Universal Analytics famously has three levels (Account, Property, and View), GA4 only has Account and Property levels. Whereas “event tracking” in classic Analytics required modified Analytics code or gtag.
How do I exclude a subdomain from Google Analytics?
From there the steps to exclude the subdomain from one view are as follows:
- Set filter type to Custom Filter.
- Activate the radio button named Exclude.
- Set filter field to Request URL.
- Set filter pattern to something. domain. tld.
- Click on Save after scrolling to the bottom of the page.
Does Google Tag Manager work on subdomains?
Google Tag Manager does not care about domains or subdomains If you want, you can use the same container on 5 related websites (that are hosted on different domains or subdomains). Reminder: you are using the same GTM container on both domains.
Can you have two Google Tag Managers?
Multiple users can manage the same Google Tag Manager account, and each user can be given different access permissions by the account administrators. 360 customers can add and control additional containers using zones.