Sorry for the long reply, I had to test if the Internal URL Filters solution by setting at least 2 days and see the reporting again, when I checked it today it seems like its still picking up public website as the last touch channel "social traffic" section.
Hi felixa86813896 yes, the Internal URL Filters was more of a 'belt & braces' idea. I think it only affects the Referrers reports, but I suspect the Marketing Channels processing rules might also use the same information. It would certainly be a good idea to add your domain(s) to the Internal URL Filters anyway - it would do no harm, and it might fix the Marketing Channels issue. - Let us know if it helps.
That is really interesting, the url actually hasn't been added yet, the reason why it hasn't been added there yet I believe is because we thought that it would be sufficient to include the url inside the scode library on s.linkInternalFilter setting.
If that is not the case, would you be able to help me clarify what is the difference between these 2 setup?
does s.linkInternalFilter exclusively for recognising exit rates whilst the one in UI is for marketing channel processing rule?