Filters let you include, exclude, or modify the data you collect in a view.
Filters allow you to limit and modify the data that is included in a view. For example, you can use filters to exclude traffic from particular IP addresses, focus on a specific subdomain or directory, or convert dynamic page URLs into readable text strings.
Read more here: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1033162
Use filters to limit or modify the data in a view. For example, you can use filters to exclude traffic from particular IP addresses, include only data from specific subdomains or directories, or convert dynamic page URLs to readable text strings.
You need Edit permission at the account level to manage filters. See Create and manage view filters for more information.
- Exclude/Include only traffic from the ISP domain: use this filter to exclude/include only traffic from a specific domain, such as an ISP or company network.
When you specify the domain name, do not include the host server label (e.g., specify example.com, not www.example.com).
- Exclude/Include only traffic from the IP addresses: use this filter to exclude/include only clicks from a certain source IP address.
You can filter a simple range of addresses by using the that begin with or that end with options.
If you want to filter a more complex range of addresses, use a Custom Filter to Exclude/Include using the IP Address and specify a regular expression as the Filter Pattern. See an example of using a regular expression.
- Exclude/Include only traffic to the subdirectories: use this filter to exclude/include only traffic to a particular subdirectory (such as /motorcycles or /help/content/faq).
- Exclude/Include only traffic to the hostname: use this filter to exclude/include only traffic to a particular hostname (such as sales.example.com or support.example.com).
- Filters Let You Include Exclude Or Modify