RegEx Regular expressions are used to match or capture portions of a field using wildcards and metacharacters. They are often used for text manipulation tasks. Most of the filters included in Google Analytics use these expressions to match the data and perform an action when a match is achieved. For instance, an exclude filter is designed to exclude the hit if the regular expression in the filter matches the data contained in the field specified by the filter. Regular expressions are text strings that contain characters, numbers, and wildcards. Note that these wildcard characters can be used literally by escaping them with a backslash ''. For example, when entering www.google.com , escape the periods with a backslash: www.google.com
11. Roundup 1. Create a Google Analytics account. 2. Analyze the website. 3. Create and Configure profiles. a) Create filters. b) Create goals and funnels. c) Create recommended profiles. 4. Edit the tracking code. 5. Modify the web site. 6. Add the tracking code to web site pages. 7. Tag marketing campaigns. 8. Enable e-commerce transaction tracking. 9. Implement custom segmentation. 10. Configure other administrative features. a) User accounts and report access. b) Automated email report delivery.