Funnel provides a number of fields that are created automatically, most of which are read-only and cannot be edited by users.
Generally, fields in this group help identify where the data is coming from and in what amount.
The 3 letters ISO currency code that the monetary data is in.
USD, EUR, SEK
Generally a combination of Data source name and Data Source id.
In Data Explorer it will be rendered with "Data Source name" and a data source display id e.g.
Fashion Retailer UK - 1234
In exports: Shorthand for "Data Source type name" - "Data Source name" - "Data Source id"
Formerly known as 'Connection'
Data Source id
Funnel's internal id for a connected data source, unique per data source type.
Formerly known as 'Connection id'
Data Source name - (this field is user-editable)
The name of a connected data source, e.g. Facebook ad account name. Can be edited on the data source page.
Formerly known as 'Connection name'
Data Source type
The type code of a connected data source, e.g. "googleanalytics", "adwords" or "facebook".
Formerly known as 'Connection type code'
Data Source type name
The name of the type of a connected data source. e.g. "Google Analytics", "AdWords" or "Facebook".
Formerly known as 'Connection type'
Data Origin identifier
An id that can be used to avoid double counting metrics due to adding the same data source with different breakdowns.
Data Source definition label
A description of a connected data source configuration. Could be helpful when you have multiple breakdowns on a data source.
The number of raw data rows processed (considered for the values on the row).
Funnel Account Id
The id of the Funnel Workspace (previously 'account') that the data is from.
Funnel Account Name
The name of the Funnel Workspace (previously 'account') that the data is from.
Besides the date field for a single date Funnel provides a series of convenient dimensions commonly used regarding date-formatting.
The date provided by the connected data source in ISO format, e.g. "2016-07-31".
The 4 digit year for the date provided by the connected data source, e.g. "2016".
The month name for the date provided by the connected data source, e.g. "January".
The month for the date provided by the connected data source, e.g. "07".
Week number (ISO)
The week number according to the ISO 8601 standard, with Monday as the first day-of-week, e.g. "01".
The week number calculated according to the Workspace's locale, e.g. "01".
The week calculated according to the Workspace's locale, e.g. "27 Nov–3 Dec".
Day of week
The weekday expressed as a string, e.g. "Friday".