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Looking at audience-geo-location I can view a map of the world by nation. I can mouse over the shaded nations from which 'sessions' arose to obtain a count and the name of the nation. However, for the grey nations (those without sessions) a mouse-over doesn't show the country name. The same would apply to U.S. states. It would be very good to have a list of these places so that I could make an effort there to attract visitors.

If not on the map view, is there a way to include places with no sessions in the list of places. Knowing where visitors are is nice but knowing about places without visitors is also important.

Am I missing something?

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I don't see a way of having that report show you those country names. That might be a nice feature, but it isn't like the names of the countries of the world are a big secret. Just search for "world country map" and have that open for cross reference to know what the grayed out countries are named. – Stephen Ostermiller Aug 28 '14 at 18:57

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