We have had some complaints from users who are using Windows 8. I'd like to use Google Analytics to review the behavior of users depending on whether they are using Windows 8 on a tablet or Windows 8 on a PC.
How can I tell them apart?
How can I tell if Windows 8 users have a tablet or PC?
Google Analytics has a filter for Tablet (click "Mobile Device" and look at the second row), which will help determine whether Windows 8 users are using a tablet or PC.
To compare these two segments, go to:
1.) Click the down arrow just above the
2.) Click the
6.) Scroll down to
7.) Specify the segment name at the top (above
Next, to view Windows 8 tablet users:
8.) Repeat steps 1-6, but check
9.) Then under
10.) Specify the segment name as "Windows 8 Tablet Users" and click
While viewing these segments, you can can click the
Side note: For Internet Explorer user-agents for tablets, you should likely include those for ARM-based Windows RT models too, which do not contain the string "Touch" in them, but are touch-enabled. Also "Touch" can apply to all-in-one PC's that are touch-enabled too (not just tablets).
You should be able to filter out the traffic source by filtering through using the user agent.
While the Tablets will use something like this:
The important thing to notice with the above user agent is the