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Is there any easy way to use the Analytics data of a website, for example on google analytics, and query it to get the % of users with a browser resolution of X or larger?

It's good to know the top used resolutions but for example I want to know if I can drop support for very small resolutions so it would be nice to know the % of users using 1024 or smaller for example.

I was wondering if there was an easy way to achieve this somewhere in G-Analytics or an external tool. Right now I'm parsing the raw data and doing this on a custom program I did.

  • Are you setting this as a custom variable in Google Analytics? I don't see any screen size or resolution data in any of my reports. – Stephen Ostermiller Jul 16 at 12:58
  • @StephenOstermiller Audience > Technology > Browser & OS and then you have to click on Primary dimension 'filter' to Screen Resolution: imgur.com/wQps2kM – Andre Santos Jul 23 at 0:38

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