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15-10-2015

I have created a property that includes multiple domains, because I need a single set-up for Adobe Analytics.  My question is, can I use the Google Analytics "tool" if I need the different domains to go into different GA accounts? It seems that you can't tell the tool exactly which domain to fire on, and it will only use one account.

Am I not seeing something, or is the best workaround for this shortcoming to create domain-driven page load rules and just loading the code provided by Google?

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Wow, no answers?

Vennouem Vennouem, I ended up turning off the Google Analytics Tool and creating individual page load rules for each account -- entering the JS code provided by Google Analytics in the JavaScript/Third Party Tags area (don't include the <script> and </script> tags). You have to create a separate rule for each domain/GA account.  

The bummer with this is that you will have to create separate rules for your staging and productions environments for each domain, creating a subdomain criteria (or something else) for firing the correct GA code.

This solution is working fine for me.