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Re: Regular Expression for Percent Page Viewed - Dynamic Tag Management 05-04-2016
Fantastic. This worked great. Thank you! 

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Regular Expression for Percent Page Viewed - Dynamic Tag Management 04-04-2016
Hi,I'm trying to create classifications for "Percent Page Viewed" as recommended by Omniture, so that I can see percents in series of 10. So, if a user scrolled to 92% of the page, I can classify that as 100% page scroll.I have all the implementation completed, but when I try to group them in SAINT, I can't seem to get the Regular Expressions correctly: I'm using a range like this: [91-100] =100%[81-90] = 90% and so on. Any help would be huge. Thank you!

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Re: Is there a way to see all of Google traffic as one row, regardless of the country domain - Adobe Analytics 16-03-2016
@Gigazelle That's exactly how I feel, Google is just google. If I really care to segment it regionally I can overlay Location. I'm always afraid of overriding data, but in this case, it may be something I won't miss... and at the end, I will have better intel.

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Re: Is there a way to see all of Google traffic as one row, regardless of the country domain - Adobe Analytics 16-03-2016
@Gigazelle That's exactly how I feel, Google is just google. If I really care to segment it regionally I can overlay Location. I'm always afraid of overriding data, but in this case, it may be something I won't miss... and at the end, I will have better intel.

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Re: Is there a way to see all of Google traffic as one row, regardless of the country domain - Adobe Analytics 14-03-2016
You are right, I like this solution but it is a big workaround for something that should be default from Site Catalyst. Thank you very much, @warrenSander

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Re: Is there a way to see all of Google traffic as one row, regardless of the country domain - Adobe Analytics 14-03-2016
You are right, I like this solution but it is a big workaround for something that should be default from Site Catalyst. Thank you very much, @warrenSander

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Re: Is there a way to see all of Google traffic as one row, regardless of the country domain - Adobe Analytics 10-03-2016
That's a clever idea. Yes, if you have some images, I would love to see your Processing Rules set-up? Thank you!

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Re: Is there a way to see all of Google traffic as one row, regardless of the country domain - Adobe Analytics 09-03-2016
Thank you very much, @arob87. I figured I wasn't alone on this but I thought it was me missing a feature/setting, not the product since it is so basic. here is hoping. C.

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Re: Is there a way to see all of Google traffic as one row, regardless of the country domain - Adobe Analytics 08-03-2016
Hi Jessica,I could but that would remove it or isolate from my report. Instead I would like to see organic traffic in context. I find it hard to believe that this is not a default setting, or an easy option.One shouldn't have to do so much work to see global traffic from search engines. Do the mods here escalate tickets to Adobe?

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Is there a way to see all of Google traffic as one row, regardless of the country domain - Adobe Analytics 08-03-2016
I have a website with lots of international website and when I look at referring sites, I have to swift through hundreds of Google domains (google.com, google.ca, google.co.uk) instead of just seeing it as in Google Analytics, as one referrer? Thank you,C.

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