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Course Discussion: Getting Started with Analysis Workspace

DoMoore
Employee
Employee

Use this thread to ask any questions related to the Getting Started with Analysis Workspace course on Experience League. Experts are monitoring this thread to ensure your questions are answered.

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flowerfaye
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Starting your first project in Analysis Workspace 

video frozen half way, no voice, video not moving, only sub title is continuing, would you please recheck, thanks

DoMoore
Employee
Employee

Thanks for the feedback. I went back through that video and it seems to be working fine for me, didn't freeze, audio worked, etc.

Are you still having the problem? Are you having the issues with other videos too? Have you tried different browsers? Sorry, the troubleshooter comes out in me, haha.

Anyway, thanks for letting me know, but for now, that one seems to be working.

Doug

kay3421
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Do u live in a van , down by the river

Laura0126
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https://video.tv.adobe.com/v/28774?quality=12&autoplay=true&learn=on

 

4'32"

Could you explain how the Visits / Page Views are different even though it's the same 'Home page'?

DoMoore
Employee
Employee

Thanks for asking. The page views number increments every time a page is loaded, of course. The visit number for a page is answering, "How many visits (sessions) were there where the home page was a part of that session (seen at least once)?"

So regardless of how many times the home page is loaded in that visit/session, it only counts ONE visit for the home page.

So, for example, if the home page had twice as many page views as visits, then we would know that on average, people load the home page twice per visit.

Does that make sense?

DoMoore
Employee
Employee

Can you give me a little more information? Are you just saying that you were hoping to find an out-of-the-box metric that is for new visitors to your site? If so, there is a segment called "First Time Visits" that you can apply to the panel, or even to a column in a table. That segment is defined as "Visits where the visit number=1". 

If that is not what you are looking for, let me know. Thanks!