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Ken Fisher

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I can't get this thing to work right. I've tried a few times. Can anyone simplify this for me? It must be the wording. I'm not geeky. I'm just a regular guy.

 

I think I've even watched some videos in the past. Nope, didn't work. My clicky stats was a freaking breeze.

 

I'd prefer to filter out three IP's.

 

1. Office

2. Home

3. Mobile

 

 

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In looking at the last 10 minutes I think I excluded everyone. It was basically a reversal of what I had before just to see if that works. I dumped that filter too.

 

Vielen Dank für jede Hilfe asisted.

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I must be in the wrong parallel world..I loved the SCI FI show Sliders.

 

I've tried everything. Is there a chance when I look up "what's my IP" they're not reporting it correctly?

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First of all your are selecting to "INCLUDE" this traffic where what you want is to EXCLUDE this traffic.

 

Based on what I am seeing it looks as though you are creating this filter on the default VIEW setup by Analytics. Don't do this.

 

Instead create a new VIEW and then apply the FILTERS IP Exclusions at the profile LEVEL. You can do this and it will preserve your raw data but make you a unique view for your exceptioned data.

 

Hope that answers.

 

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