We just launched our website in Arabic language and would like to setup a separate view in Google Analytics to just view the traffic and all the other data for Arabic.

The Arabic language is rendered on a subfolder.

For instance: www.examples/ar/ launches the Arabic version of the website.

I setup a new view in Google Analytics to just show the Arabic data. I did the following but it's not returning any data. It's been more than a week and everything shows 0.

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I've google analytics setup for the root domain and it's working fine. I also know for a fact that there is traffic coming to the arabic version of the website by going in Behavior > Site Content > All pages and then typing "/ar/" in search to see all the pages in arabic that are getting traffic.

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the filter that you have applied not seems correct. Check this post, it has clearly defined how to check traffic for sub domain in Analytics: https://www.techwyse.com/blog/search-engine-optimization/subdomain-and-cross-domain-tracking-in-universal-analytics/

  • mine is a subfolder, not subdomain. Not sure how what you shared is relevant.
    – James L.
    Jul 26, 2016 at 13:36
  • Yes you have a subfolder and the process described in that post can be implemented similarly on a subfolder Jul 26, 2016 at 13:40

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