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30-04-2021

Our product has a set of pages on a much larger site. Is there a way to group these pages so that I can generate a report based on the aggregated data (as if the group of pages was its own domain)?

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Hi @hansenedr ,

Yes, you can group the pages with Classifications.

 

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Creating a segment will work if there is a clear pattern/similarities you see across the different data set you have collected (e.g. similarities in the page URL).

Moving forward, do consider populating a dimension (eVar or prop) that you can use to segment data for multiple pages (if this is a recurring use case) Like for example, you have numerous landing pages, product pages, and blog pages, I will populate some sort of a page category prop and fill in that value with the appropriate page category and then just do segmentation in Workspace to see aggregated data for the desired group of pages

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12-05-2021

Hi @hansenedr!

The company I work for already does this, and depending on how organized you are, you can do it how either @Andrey_Osadchuk or @mikeetiuPH suggested.
I can already tell you I am using a segment at the HIT level that gets everything that I need because the pages all start with a base-level name.  If you're already using page naming conventions that work in your favor to use either of these approaches, you should be in good shape!  Otherwise, you may have a little pre-work ahead of you.

Happy reporting!

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Also, check your implementation for the "Site Section" dimension. Depending on how the larger site is structured, that may have what you need already.

 

If not, +1 to @Andrey_Osadchuk and @mikeetiuPH 's approaches.