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Does Google Analytics track traffic that comes from mobile devices? How can I check the figures?

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Analytics Settings -> Filter Manager -> + Add Filter
Name Filter "Mobile Devices" Then include the "Visitor Operating System Platform"
add the followinggoogle analytics mobile devices - sites.jpg

Google can only track visits from browsers that support JAVA

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Check the link below

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