Search in App + Web properties

This help center article is part of the App + Web Property Beta.

App + Web properties are not currently supported in the Analytics app.

 

 

The search box at the top of Analytics lets you:

Search is available in all languages supported by App + Web properties in Google Analytics.

If you simply click in the search box, you see recent searches and reports you have opened.

 

If you start typing, you see matching results.

Search for instant answers

Ask a wide range of questions about your Analytics data in natural language, and get quick answers. While searching for instant answers, be specific about the metric, dimension, and time frame to get the desired response.

For example, you can search for “conversions last week from united states” and see the answer in the Search panel. Click the search result to open the Insights panel with more details.

 

Search for reports or insights

Start typing the name of a report or a keyword related to a report. For example, if you start typing "conversions", you'll see reports related to conversions:

 

Enter the dimensions or metrics you're interested in to get a list of reports that include them.

You can issue a search for more specific data, for example:

  • mobile users during the last week
  • united states users during the last 30 days

With these types of queries, you get a list of reports that include the dimension, metric, and date range you specify, e.g., United States, Users, October 20, 2019 - November 18, 2019.

 

You can also query for comparative date ranges: for example, "new users last month compared to last year" returns reports with the New Users metric for the previous month (e.g., June 1-30) compared to the same month a year ago.

Click a search result to open that report with the date filters applied.

If Analytics has Insights relevant to your search query, those are also shown in the search results (e.g., Users were greater than 500 yesterday).

Search help content

If you need help with Analytics, enter a description of your subject, like "remarketing".

 

 

Click your help query to open a page of related search results. Click a search result to display that content.

When you want to search help content, it helps to begin search queries with words like add, configure, create, creation, delete, edit, how can, how to, modification, modify, remove, update, upgrade, set up, setup.
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