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Report Views

  1. Table ~ Default
  2. Percentage
  3. Performance
  4. Comparison
  5. Pivot
There are five different Views available in most reports. The first icon organizes your report data into a table. This is the default view for many reports.
The second icon allows you to create a pie-chart (percentage) based on any one of the metrics in the report.
The third icon shows a bar-graph based on any metric you select. The fourth icon is the comparison bar graph view. It allows you to quickly see whether each entry in the table is performing above or below average. The fifth icon allows you to instantly see a summary report with graphs for the traffic you are analyzing.

Sorting Data

Columns within tables can be sorted in both ascending and descending order simply by clicking on the column heading. The arrows next to the heading title indicate the order in which the results are listed. A down arrow indicates descending order and an upward arrow indicates ascending order.

Expanding Number of Results Displayed

By default, all reports with tables display ten rows. To display more than ten rows, go to the bottom of your report and click the dropdown menu arrow next to Show rows. You can display up to 500 rows per page.

Find Box

You can use the Find box at the bottom left of your reports to narrow or refine your results. For example, if you are looking at the All Traffic Sources report and you want to only see traffic from the Google domain, you can type in Google and select containing
Or, to exclude all traffic from the Google domain, you would select excluding.