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Calculate Pages per Visit on Dimension

mforemanmc
Level 2
Level 2

I'm building a report where I want to see how many Page Views per Visit happened among people who viewed a particular page.

 

I have a Calculated Metric for Pages per Visit, which is Page Views / Visits. When I apply this metric to a page, it calculates based on how many page views that particular page got. I want to see how many Page Views happened across the entire Visit where a particular page was viewed. This can be done using a segment, but I can't reasonably create a segment for each of the pages I want to measure this for.

 

You can see the difference in this screenshot:

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The top table shows measurement by page. The bottom table shows the measurement by segment. I want to get the bottom number, but without building a segment for every single page I want to measure.

 

Is this possible?

 

For reference, here's the segment I built for this example:

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calculated metrics Segments Workspace
1 Accepted Solution
praveenp6316208
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Level 2
Level 2

In this case, you should use Page Velocity metric and it is calculated as Page View (Participation)  divided by Visits.

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ForgotPassword4Times
Level 3
Level 3
One option that would get you close would be to use a calculated metric, in which you modify the attribution of page views to 'visit participation'. This would include the view of the page and any subsequent pages viewed. This is a value used to create content velocity. Recommend viewing Jenn Kunz's awesome blog post to learn more. https://www.digitaldatatactics.com/index.php/2018/01/10/participation-and-linear-allocation-in-adobe...
praveenp6316208
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Level 2
Level 2

In this case, you should use Page Velocity metric and it is calculated as Page View (Participation)  divided by Visits.

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