By default, you’ll have yours or your employees visit in your Google Analytics. Let’s see how to exclude that internal traffic.
That’s it. All done.
If you’ve multiple IP addresses and subnets to exclude, then you can use the regular expression. Let’s see how to create a filter with regular expression.
Click on Admin > All Filters > Add Filter button.
Enter the filter name, and “Custom” as the “Filter Type.” From the drop-down list, select “IP Address” and then input the regular expression in the “Filter Pattern” field.
Now, add the view(s) and then hit the “Save” button.
You can try this extension. Install it, and that’s all.
Remember that the extension works only on the browser it is installed. Also, note that you've got the option to set it to work on all (default option) or specific sites which you can find in extension settings.
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How to Exclude Internal Traffic from Google Analytics