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Based on the Google Analytics session definition available here: Every time a user's campaign source changes, Analytics opens a new session. So you will see two sessions. One attributed to external-campaign, which starts at the original landing page, and having an exit page within the registration process. A second one attributed to registration-...


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If someone emails a link to a friend - the raw url like https://www.stitchfix.com/ - and the link is clicked, Google Analytics is unable to track the source. Another twist is when you receive a marketing email containing a link like https://www.stitchfix.com/?ref=email. If this link is copied and shared with a friend over Slack or Skype, the tracking ...


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There's no problem having two GA codes on your website and the purpose of it could be multiple. From having data from an old GA account that they want to keep and not lose to forgetting that the old code was there to specifically wanting to use two accounts to track it. The better option would be to ask colleges if there is a specific reason there are two ...


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@SomewhereDave got me on the right track. If anybody runs into the same issue, here's how I solved it. Caveats: I'm using googleapis Node.js library, authenticate via JWT (service-to-service credentials) and have a global client configured for the Google Analytics API v.3 (Assuming that you know the account and web property IDs),make a analytics....


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Sadly that is impossible with Google Firebase Analytics. And yes, Google is deprecating and shutting down their superb Google Analytics SDK in 4 months and forces App developers to use their "new" highly praised Firebase Analytics, which is even NOT able to show us numbers per hour, or the number of new/returning users for today.


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