Hi to all, even I listen this group till now I didn't post any question
(in the last couple of years).
But now I reach a limit that I cannot pass, so I will kindly ask you if
you can help me.. I will be very glad, and I will return back to you the
favor (will figure it out how).
This is my problem. I defined a segmet, a conversion segment in MCF
section of GA.Definition of that segment is (sorry is very, very long
Condition1 = (include any interaction visit duration > 2900 OR include
timelagindays > 30) AND include any interaction visit page depth > 28
ANDinclude any interaction source/medium contain direct that occured > 5
times ANDexclude first interaction source/medium match regexp
organic|email|referral|cpc ANDexclude any interaction source/medium
contain organic that occured > 2 times ANDexclude any interaction medium
contain referral that occured > 3 times ANDexclude any interaction medum
contain email that occured > 1 times ANDexclude last interaction
source/medium match regexp organic|email|referral|cpc
What I want to obtain is to DENY the logical condition above. To obtain
the correct logical condition that is NOT (theconditionfomabove).
I have difficulties in building that NOT Condition1 because of the first
paranthesis that occurs in the Condition1.
Any suggestion will be appreciated. Thx.
PS. in a future implementation of GA I will take care of this segment in
another way, much simpler, but in the meantime, I have to exclude from
assisted conversions a segment which now is present but it should be
not. I have ideeas to segment this in MCF using probably some profile
stuff, IP excluding, or some custom variables. But, the developper team
will implement the new tags on site in a couple of months, so till then
I have to deal with this very ugly segment. PS2: for GA team, why you
cannot implement a function like the paranthesis in a logical
condition?? in order to instruct in which order to execute the logical
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