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15-06-2017

Our Marketing team has reported the ‘pages’ report does not include the URL for the page. The request was to create a report with the URL so it makes it easier to delete the pages with low traffic for a general cleanup of the website.   The URL is available, but only if you hover over the page name.  We would like the page URL in its own column.

I’m unsure on how to proceed- do you have any suggestions for this?

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If you have access to processing rules, you can create a few rules to capture URL without needing to touch your implementation. Attached is a screenshot of what I have set up in processing rules for this, which provides three different versions of URL:

  1. full URL
  2. URL without any query strings appended (this may be most helpful to you)
  3. the path (URL without domain included - useful if you have a mobile version of site with different domain than desktop). Note that page path processing rule fixes Adobe's weird non-standardized way of capturing path (they don't include opening "/" so site home page often doesn't pass any value thus gets excluded)

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