How To Exclude Internal Traffic From Google Analytics Report

One of the best way through which you can refining your Google Analytics Report is to exclude internal traffic i.e., your visit or clicks on Google Analytics . If you want to exclude internal traffic or remove any particular IP address from being counted in the page counted of yours Google analytics report. Then here is a very simple solution or very simple steps to make sure that the Google Analytics doesn’t measure or count any of the visits coming from your computer or any other IP address that you want to block. Through this post I am going to guide you through custom filters that will assure that your visits are not counted in the Google Analytics report.

Exclude Internal Traffic

Exclude Internal Traffic

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Steps To Exclude Internal Traffic

Exclude Internal Traffic

  • Now to the Admin Selection and then select an account from the list that you want to access.

Exclude Internal Traffic

  • Now once you have selected the Admin now look for the Filter tab that is located on the right side of the window.

Exclude Internal Traffic

  • Now you are required to create new filters and that can be done by just clicking on it i.e., the New Filters.

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  • Now you are required to fill the complete information about the excluded internal traffic.
    • Filter Name:– Enter a name like Exclude own visit
    • Filter Type:- Predefined filter -> Choose traffic you want to exclude from the IP address from the list.
    • IP Address:- Enter your IP Address and inoder to know your IP Address Click Here.

Exclude Internal Traffic

  • Now click on the Save button to finally save those external traffic and finally you are done with this.

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