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How To Export More Than 5000 Rows In Google Analytics

How To Export Google Analytics Report

To export more than 5000 rows in Google Analytics, you can utilize the tool’s built-in capability to perform a multiple export process. By default, Google Analytics limits exports to 5000 rows per report. However, if you have a large dataset or want to analyze a specific segment of data, you may need to export more than the default limit. This can be done by breaking down data into smaller, manageable chunks and exporting them individually.

To export more than 5000 rows in Google Analytics, follow these steps:
1. Navigate to the report you want to export in Google Analytics.
2. Select the date range and any other desired filters for the report.
3. Click on the “Export” button located at the top of the report.
4. In the dropdown menu, select “Google Sheets” as the export format.
5. Choose the “Create New Spreadsheet” option, and select “Export” to initiate the export process.
6. Once the first 5000 rows are exported to your new Google Sheet, go back and adjust the date range in your Google Analytics report to capture the next set of data.
7. Repeat steps 3-5 to add each new set of data to the same Google Sheet until all desired data has been exported.

It’s important to note that this may take some time if you have a lot of data to export. Additionally, if you are exporting more than 5000 rows, you may need to upgrade your Google Analytics account to gain access to enhanced data limits. However, by exporting smaller segments of data and combining them in a Google Sheet, you can easily analyze and manipulate the data to gain valuable insights for your business.

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