What is the "Term Combination" column?

In this column you can see the overall setting of the term: Search engine, Language & Location. 

It also shows the mobile device if it's a mobile term and the search element if it's a Search Element term.


There's a lot of valuable data you can display in your reports and the "Term Combination" can save you some table space. 

It includes all the term settings and can replace other columns as Engine, Language, LocationDevice and even Type
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