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Re: RegEx Support in filters
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If you're going to change it, might as well go all the way with regular expressions. But only having contains/doesn't contain is a major bummer. At least give us "equals". Example - filtering out referring domains in a report - say we ran a bird website and wanted to know all the referrers from birds.com. If I want to see traffic from just birds.com I create a filter for contains "birds.com". But I get: birds.comsongbirds.combluebirds.comwaterbirds.com etc. because they all "contain" birds.com. ...

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Re: Ability to turn OFF "None" at Report Level
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Hi- Apostrophalypse - agree, but have you tried to filter report using -None? I have and it doesn't work. Very frustrating. -Michael

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