For instance, you might want to do analysis on your blog, and so you need to isolate a subdomain such as blog.yourwebsite.com, or you might want to create a special Google Analytics remarketing list that only hits visitors of a certain subdomain, such as “training.yoursite.com.” Either of these scenarios can be accomplished with RegEx, and I wanted to provide a blog post here that gives you an example that you can apply to your own account.
So, here goes:
Isolate a subdomain such as “blog” on a website like “blog.yourwebsite.com”:
- Include Filter
- Filter Field: Hostname
- Filter Pattern: ^blog\.yourwebsite\.com$
And this is what it looks like:
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