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Filtering specific keywords from the search console database 0 Recommended Answers 6 Replies 13 Upvotes
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Hey there!

I want to filter some specific keywords from the search console database.
So when I just filter one keyword everything works - but not when I ad a second or a third keyword in an "or".

For Example this works:
Include > Query > Equal to (=) > Keyword A
The Table shows the "Keyword A" with the KPI's

This doesn't work:
Include > Query > Equal to (=) > Keyword A
Include > Query > Equal to (=) > Keyword B

The Table shows only: 
"Record configuration error 
No connection between Data Studio and the record possible."

I hope someone can help me.

Thanks =)
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Try using regex match instead of OR. 
Alternatively, you could make individual rules if you are only trying to filter 2 or 3, and just add each one. 
You could also add a filter widget that lets end users filter for keywords with their own rules.
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I had a case statement to show you but I guess this new forum doesn't allow it :(
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Hi! Did you resolve this issue? If yes, how did you do it? I'm facing the same problem
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I would 100% go with using regular expressions here. This would work - 

The pipe - | - acts as the OR function. 

If you use 'regex contains' in the filtering option and apply your keywords then this will work.
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I am aslo getting same issue, can any one help me?
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This is the only current way to filter a large amount of specific queries or landing pages within a Google Data Studio report that I have found: 

- Add queries to a Google Sheet and make this into a data source.
- Blend this data with Google Search Console, Google Analytics or any other software.
- Make the keywords from both data sources the "key point" in the blended data source.
- Build out any data visualisations using the queries from your Google Sheets

This should display the performance for only the queries you include within the Google Sheet.
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