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Can I split report suite with React Native

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30-09-2019

    We're making a new mobile app with React Native. Can I split up report suites, one for iOS and one for Android with React Native? If so, how would I do that with best practices?

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Assuming that you are using 1 Launch property to setup both iOS/Android apps - to fork data by platform you'd need to change configuration client side to accomplish this. However, instead of splitting report suites - have you considered using Virtual Report Suites?

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You can use the out of the box dimension of 'Operating System Type' to create your segments.
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agree with praschetan​: use one RS for all data, create the segments based on operating system to use as filter for VRS.

I don't see any good reason to split the traffic in separate RS - you want be able to merge and grt the full view (at least until now...)

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You could likely use OS type iOS and Android as you build the VRS segment. I've moved this discussion topic to the Analytics forum. Pros here will be able to help you with additional questions.

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Yes. I've never made a virtual report suite though. What identifier or way can i use to split up iOS and Android?