This article will help you:
You can prevent Amplitude from collecting data on a specific event, event property, or user property by blocking it. Amplitude will immediately stop processing data for that event or property until you decide to unblock it.
NOTE: Because Amplitude does not collect any data for blocked events or properties, this means you cannot recover any information about them at any future date. If you do not wish to display a specific event or property but think you may someday need this data, consider hiding the event or property instead.
To block an event or property, follow these steps:
- Make sure you're in the
mainbranch. You can only block events and properties from there.
Navigate to Events or Properties, depending on which one you’d like to block.
Find the event or property you want to block and click the checkbox next to its name.
A confirmation modal will appear. If you are sure you still want to block the event or property, click Block.
To unblock a blocked event, follow steps 1-5 and click Unblock instead of Block.
See our Help Center article on the differences between hiding, blocking, and deleting events or properties in Amplitude.