which of these is a scope for custom metrics?

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  • What are scope levels available for dimensions and metrics?

  • Scope determines which hits will be associated with a particular custom dimension value. There are four levels of scope: product, hit, session, and user: Product – value is applied to the product for which it has been set (Enhanced Ecommerce only). Hit – value is applied to the single hit for which it has been set.

  • How many dimensions does a custom metric have?

  • A custom metric can have up to 10 dimensions. When reporting a metric data point, for each dimension key on the metric being reported, there’s a corresponding dimension value. For example, you might want to report the memory used by the ContosoApp on your VM: The metric name would be Memory Bytes in Use.

  • When is a custom dimension has a scope?

  • When a custom dimension has product-level scope, the value is only applied to the product with which the value is set. Because multiple products can be sent in a single hit, multiple product-level scoped custom dimensions can be sent in a single hit.

  • How are custom dimensions and metrics interact with view filters?

  • View filters can interact with custom dimensions and metrics in several ways. Custom dimension and metric values are each associated with the hit with which they were received, regardless of their scope. If that hit is filtered by a view filter, the custom dimension or metric may also be filtered, depending on its scope:

    which of these is a scope for custom metrics?

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