Google Analytics Adds More Row Data


Google Analytics LogoThis is a pretty small change but a welcomed one for many webmasters, internet marketers and SEOs.

Google Analytics has quietly added or expanded the results per row option from 500 to up to 5,000 rows on a page.

Previous the options included 10, 25, 50, 100, 250, 500 and now Google added to that 1,000, 2500 and 5000.

Here is a screen shot:

Google Analytics Expands Rows To 5,000

Dan Barker was one of the first to spot this and posted about it on Google+. He said it right, this is a "tiny but really, really useful tweak."

Forum discussion at Google+.

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Praveen Sharma

04/11/2013 12:28 pm

Indeed helpful.

Rick Noel, eBiz ROI, Inc.

04/11/2013 12:30 pm

Sweet! Glad to get beyond the 500 row limit.

André Scholten

04/11/2013 12:40 pm

It's there already since february 22nd ;)

Agtunn Naymin

04/11/2013 12:58 pm

it has been long time that everyone can just add the number in address bar at the end and look like :explorer-table.rowCount%3D10000/

The Marketing Design

04/11/2013 03:07 pm

Finally. Very Welcomed.

The Marketing Design

04/11/2013 03:09 pm

Of course we had been using this tactic. But a few months ago it stopped working for me. It listed it correctly on screen, but when you download to csv it still only downloaded 500 max. Never happened before...


04/11/2013 06:16 pm

Been a long time coming!


04/12/2013 07:51 am

Nope, been using Analytics forever and was never there. On topic: Great to see this change.Makes downloading and reporting of data a lot easier.

André Scholten

04/12/2013 08:14 am

Than why should I tweet about it if the option wasn't there last feb ;) I agree that it wasn't there before.

Jawad Latif

04/12/2013 10:30 am

Really very useful tweak.

Soni Sharma

04/12/2013 12:15 pm

Good feature we need it...


04/12/2013 12:45 pm

Really? 5,000 results in a table? That's not practical at all. That is likely why it took them so long to introduce it. I just tried table.rowCount%3D15000/ and it returned 15,000 keywords and exported 15,000 as well. Everything still working.

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