with google in the URL. Finally, we have the sorting section. This is where you will define how you want the table to sort the data. 6 By default, this section auto-populates with the first metric and sorts from largest to least (reflecting how the interface works). You can enter any metric or dimension that your report queries. You can also adjust the sorting by removing the minus symbol in the second input field. That's it, you are now ready to run the report and watch your table being created in the Table Maker tab! Did you find a problem with the Table Maker? Did you find.
this useful? Do you have any idea how I can improve this? I'd love to hear it, tweet me: @Jaycohh! Here are the other blogs in this series: Automation Innovation: A Beginner's Guide to Google Sheets GA API Integration Automation Innovation: Using Google Sheets to Simplify Google Analytics Reporting Pt. 1Coming Soon: Use Google Sheets to Simplify Google Analytics Reporting Pt.2 - The Super Duper PivotTable BuilderCreate a massive (or tiny!) PivotTable using data from Google Analytics in record time. Coming Soon: Using Google Sheets employee email list to Simplify Google Analytics Reporting Pt.3 – The Data AggregatorQuickly combine data at the day or week level into a more appropriate time period (like a month or a year)! Designed to bypass sampling.
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