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Identifying inactive Evar, Prop, Event

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We're doing cleanup on our Adobe Analytics report suite/organization. There are certain evars and events that we've manually identified as no longer being in use or mapped to our tag manager. Is there an easy/automatic way to identify the evars, props, and events that are no longer receiving hits?
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@alchan - you can use health dashboard to run it to see which variables are still collecting data/not in use etc. https://new.express.adobe.com/webpage/y6DGOeWmpo7Uh

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@alchan - you can use health dashboard to run it to see which variables are still collecting data/not in use etc. https://new.express.adobe.com/webpage/y6DGOeWmpo7Uh

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@alchan - you can use Health dashboard to see which variable still collecting data, not in use etc. https://new.express.adobe.com/webpage/y6DGOeWmpo7Uh

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Interesting question. I think the answer to "easy" is no. 

What I did some time ago is create a big (slow) workspace that contained every custom dimension. I would not say it is easy. But I only had to do it once. This would be even harder for events, given the number of events available.

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You can select all the dimensions in the left rail fairly easily, but if you drop them into a quick segment, they will all be in the same segment. You can't just drop multiple dimensions onto a workspace canvas and have them all populate.