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How to Exclude Analytics On Specific Pages Inside the WP-Admin?
Are you looking to fine-tune the analytics on your WordPress site by excluding specific pages from your reports? With Analytify, you can easily hide analytics for certain pages right within your WP-Admin. This can be particularly useful for pages that might skew your data or for pages where analytics are not necessary. Here’s an easy guide on how to do it:
Step 1: Access Analytify Settings
- Log in to Your WordPress Dashboard: Start by logging into the back end of your WordPress site.
- Navigate to Analytify: On your dashboard, click on Analytify, then go to Settings. This is where you can manage how Analytify tracks and displays data on your site.
Step 2: Enter the Admin Section
- Find the Admin Tab: In the settings menu of Analytify, navigate to the Admin tab.
Step 3: Exclude Analytics on Specific Pages
- Locate the Exclusion Field: Within the Admin tab, find the section titled ‘Exclude Analytics on specific pages’.
- Enter Page IDs: In the provided text box, enter the ID(s) of the page(s) you wish to exclude. Each WordPress page has a unique ID, which you can find in the page’s URL when editing it.
For example, if you want to exclude three pages with IDs 21, 44, and 66, you would enter them in the box separated by commas like this: 21, 44, 66.
Step 4: Save Your Changes
- Apply the Settings: After entering the IDs, Save Changes. This will update Analytify’s settings to exclude the analytics for the specified pages within your WP-Admin.
By excluding specific pages from your analytics within WP-Admin using Analytify, you can maintain cleaner, more relevant data that truly reflects the performance and user engagement on key areas of your WordPress site.
If you have any further queries, look at the FAQs on the Analytify website or contact the Analytify support team.
Last updated on
January 7th, 2024