You must use a smart list to do this. There may be an Idea on creating a real report:
- smart list
- Visited Web Page > Constraint > Client or Browser or Device
- Select IS ANY or choose a range of devices.
- To see a list of devices, choose IS ANY, then run the list, then edit a View that shows Device type.
Here's an example for an email
Thanks so much Josh,
I created the report as suggested and I'm trying to set up the view, but
am not finding any "device type" value. See below on the left (device to
employee ratio is the only option with the word device). Am I doing
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The method Josh refers to works for emails. In the visit web page there is only a Constraint called Browser, nothing for device.
Haha, yes. Sorry about that. Thinking of different filters.
If you really want Device data, I believe there are tools for that. And not just Google Analytics for anonymous.
Thanks Josh Hill and Alex.
I am now trying to report on what types of devices people who open my emails are using. I have created the necessary smart list, but I can't see a device option to add to my smart list view. Is there any way to get the device type into a view? If not, any ideas as to how I can report on this for email opens?