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Google analytics has a feature for this called "Exclude URL Query Parameters". From their help document: Exclude URL Query Parameters: Any query parameters or unique session IDs (e.g., sessionid or vid) that appear in your URLs that you do not want to see in your reports. Enter as a comma-separated list. This setting is case sensitive. There is a ...


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I was able to accomplish this using advanced segments instead of a filter. Google Analytics Separating Tablet and Mobile Traffic has an answer from chsweb that gives an example of doing so: To separate Tablet traffic from your site's Mobile traffic, you need to create a new "Advanced Segment." Log in to Google Analytics Go to the customer ...


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Could your app developers check for connectivity on a page like "testconn.php" instead of "/". That way you can just exclude that page from your reports. You can filter if the hits are coming from the same host/network/provider, IP address/IP range or maybe a unique browser version. If you can find a common factor in these then you can filter it this way.



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