The dimensions supported in queries to the Audience Export methods of the Analytics Data API.
The Core Reporting methods (
for example) accept a different set of Dimensions & Metrics
than the Audience Export methods.
The following dimensions can be requested in audience exports for any property.
Specify the "API Name" in an
name field for a column of the dimension in the audience export
|A browser-based or mobile-app-based identifier for a unique, pseudonymous website or mobile app user. To learn more, see Device ID.
|Is ads personalization allowed
|If a user is eligible for ads personalization, isAdsPersonalizationAllowed returns
true. If a user is not eligible for ads personalization, isAdsPersonalizationAllowed returns
(not set) if Google Analytics can't return whether this user is eligible for ads personalization; users where isAdsPersonalizationAllowed returns
(not set) may or may not be eligible for personalized ads. For personalized ads, you should treat users where isAdsPersonalizationAllowed =
(not set) as isAdsPersonalizationAllowed =
false because, in the most general case, some of the
(not set) rows will include users that are not eligible for ads personalization.
Users where isAdsPersonalizationAllowed =
false can still be used for non-advertising use cases like A/B testing & data explorations.
|Is limited ad tracking
|The device's Limit Ad Tracking setting. Possible values include:
(not set). isLimitedAdTracking returns
(not set) if Google Analytics can't return this device's Limit Ad Tracking setting.
|The User ID specified for this user in tagging. To learn more, see Measure activity across platforms with User-ID.