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How toGenerate the custom reports in google analytics?
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Create a Custom Report
Sign in to Google Analytics.
Navigate to your view.
Open Reports.
Click Customization > Custom Reports > +New Custom Report.
Enter a Title.
(Optional) Click +add report tab.
Select a report type: Explorer, Flat Table, Map Overlay, or Funnel.
Define your dimension and metrics.
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Create a Custom Report
Sign in to Google Analytics.
Navigate to your view.
Open Reports.
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Step 1: Create a New Custom Report
The first thing you’ll need to do is log into your Google Analytics account. If you need help with this, check out this step-by-step tutorial on how to set up Google Analytics in WordPress.Then, click on the Customization » Custom Reports.Now, give your Google Analytics custom report a name. That way, if you ever decide to create more than one custom report for your website, you can tell the difference between them.
Next we’ll take a look at the different report types you can choose from.

Step 2: Choose a Custom Report Type
Each Google Analytics custom report has one tab, though you can add more if you want. For our example, we’ll stick with one tab and keep the default name Report Tab.
Now, you’ll need to choose between the three report types:

Explorer. This is the standard Google Analytics report. It includes a line graph and a data table with dynamic things like a search and sort option, and secondary dimensions.
Flat Table. This custom report is static and has a sortable table that shows data in rows.
Map Overlay. This report type shows you a map of the world including regions and countries in darker colors when there is traffic or site engagement.
Step 3: Define the Custom Report Metrics
The metrics options you have to choose from will be different depending on which custom report type you chose. However, no matter which report type you picked, the metrics you define will determine which data to include in your custom report.
For instance, click on the + add dimension box and break down the metrics by browser type to get more defined data about the activity on your website.
Step 4: Add a Filter
The last step is to add a filter to your custom report if you want to. Filters let you restrict the data that shows on your custom report. For instance, you can choose the dimension Browser Version. This will restrict the report to show browser activity only on specific browser types.
Just click on + add filter and pick the one(s) you want to apply to your report, if any.

And that’s it! You now know how to create custom reports in Google Analytics. All you have to do is click Save and your custom report will be ready to go.

Once you click save, you’ll automatically see your custom report data.
If you want to view your Google Analytics custom reports in the future, just go to Customization » Custom Reports and click on the report you want to view.
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