From my understanding, if I want to not have any referrers in my report that are from one of those domains, I should add all three domains to my internal filter rule set, right? But then I loose the ability to get insights about how and if visitors come from www.myDomain.com, www.myOtherDomain.com (for example)
That's why I now decided, to not set any internal rule filter for my report suite. Ok, I have "internal referrers" then. But can't I somehow filter them out? Is that bad practice, or what would you recommend?
BUT. When I remove internal url filters (having none), then my tracking for dimension PAGE does not work anymore. All incoming is just "Other".
So in order to make the Metric PAGE work again, I added the default "dot-filter" again (.)
But that means, that all referrers are excluded, as any domains contains a dot
So for me it looks like I can only have one off. Either referrers or Page. Which is a problem for me.
Besides that, how and where can I fix the s_code settings? I use DTM for implementing Analytics
Workspace does not include 'current data' whereas the analytics reports may include 'current data'. I found when I tried to replicate the issue you've described the workspace project only matched the Analytics Report if I marked the Analytics Report to not 'include current data.'
Do the reports match for you if you select 'No' for the 'Include Current Data' option?