ga_filter_add: Create a new filter and add it to the view (optional).

View source: R/filter_management.R

ga_filter_addR Documentation

Create a new filter and add it to the view (optional).

Description

Take a filter object and add and/or apply it so its live.

Usage

ga_filter_add(
  Filter,
  accountId,
  webPropertyId = NULL,
  viewId = NULL,
  linkFilter = FALSE
)

Arguments

Filter

The Filter object to be added to the account or view. See examples.

accountId

Account Id of the account to add the Filter to

webPropertyId

Property Id of the property to add the Filter to

viewId

View Id of the view to add the Filter to

linkFilter

If TRUE will apply the Filter to the view. Needs propetyId and viewId to be set.

Details

If you don't set linkFilter=TRUE then the filter will only be created but not applied. You will find it listed in the admin panel Account > All Filters. You can then use ga_filter_apply_to_view to apply later on.

Value

The filterId created if linkFilter=FALSE or a Filter object if linkFilter=TRUE

See Also

https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/config/mgmt/v3/mgmtReference/#Filters

Other managementAPI functions: ga_experiment_list(), ga_experiment(), ga_filter_apply_to_view(), ga_filter_update_filter_link(), ga_filter_update(), ga_segment_list()

Examples


## Not run: 
## Create a filter object for adding an IP exclusion:
Filter <- list(
               name = 'Exclude Internal Traffic',
               type = 'EXCLUDE',
               excludeDetails = list(
                   field = 'GEO_IP_ADDRESS',
                   matchType = 'EQUAL',
                   expressionValue = '199.04.123.1',
                   caseSensitive = 'False'
                                    )
              )

# create and add the filter to the view specified      
my_filter <- ga_filter_add(Filter, 
                           accountId = 12345, 
                           webPropertyId = "UA-12345-1", 
                           viewId = 654321,
                           linkFilter = TRUE)

# only create the filter, don't apply it to any view - returns filterId for use later
my_filter <- ga_filter_add(Filter, 
                           accountId = 12345, 
                           linkFilter = FALSE)                          

## Other examples of filters you can create below:
## Create a filter object for making campaign medium lowercase
Filter <- list(
               name = 'Lowercase Campaign Medium',
               type = 'LOWERCASE',
               lowercaseDetails = list(
                   field = 'CAMPAIGN_MEDIUM'
                                    )
              )

## Create a filter object to append hostname to URI
Filter <- list(
               name = 'Append hostname to URI',
               type = 'ADVANCED',
               advancedDetails = list(
                   fieldA = 'PAGE_HOSTNAME',
                   extractA = '(.*)',
                   fieldARequired = 'True',
                   fieldB = 'PAGE_REQUEST_URI',
                   extractB = '(.*)',
                   fieldBRequired = 'False',
                   outputConstructor = '$A1$B1',
                   outputToField = 'PAGE_REQUEST_URI',
                   caseSensitive = 'False',
                   overrideOutputField = 'True'
                                    )
              )

## Create a filter object to add www hostname without it
Filter <- list(
               name = 'Search and Replace www',
               type = 'SEARCH_AND_REPLACE',
               searchAndReplaceDetails = list(
                   field = 'PAGE_HOSTNAME',
                   searchString = '^exampleUSA\\.com$',
                   replaceString = 'www.exampleUSA.com',
                   caseSensitive = 'False'
                                    )
              )


## End(Not run)


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