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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Comments:

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 ;) https://twitter.com/AndreScholten/status/304885518787825666

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...

AhsanParwez

04/11/2013 06:16 pm

Been a long time coming!

David

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...

Fedor

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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