To see data for users from the U.S. and Canada only in a view, which filter would be applied?

(A) Filter 1: include U.S. > Filter 2: include Canada

(B) Filter 1: include Canada > Filter 2: include U.S.

(C) Filter 1: include U.S. and Canada

(D) Filter 1: exclude Europe and Asia

Explanation

If you want to see data for users from two different countries like The U.S. and Canada only in a View, then you need to create only one Filter and inside that filter, you should the “Include” parameter and then write the names of the two countries USA and Canada separated by “|”. The Filter will look like this Filter 1: include USA|Canada.

If you use two different filters then the first filter data will be processed and then the next filter data will be processed. This means if you use Filter from option (A) then the first data report will show U.S. visits only and then another report will show visits from Canada. Data from both countries won’t be shown together in one report.

Conclusion

This question is a part of the Assessment 2 section of the Advanced Google Analytics Certification course. You can find the answers with full explanation for the second Assessment in our Advanced Google Analytics Assessment 2 Answers page or you can check out the answers for all the assessment questions in our Advanced Google Analytics Assessment Answers page.

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