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Fallout eventual path rule

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Hi,

Given a fallout with the steps A > B > C using eventual path between all the steps.

A visit that goes from A  > B > C > A, will match that criteria or it will be excluded because in the last step goes to A?

Thank you,

Miguel

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Dear Miguel,

Logic is simple. The fallout A > B > C is there in your second flow A > B > C > A right? Then, it will be inclusive.

This is not only for Fallout but for Page Path Report. The difference between both are reports can be explained below:

Path 1 : A > B > E > C > D.

Path 2 : A > B > C > D.

If you have a criteria A > B > C, Path 1 and 2 will be included for Fallout Report since there is a flow from A > B > C even if it is not on the next immediate hit. Also, do remember that Fallout can be based on Visit or Visitor.

For the same criteria, only Path 1 will be included for Page Path Report since Path 1 didn't have the match the criteria on next immediate hits.

Thank You!

Arun

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Correct answer by
Moderator

Dear Miguel,

Logic is simple. The fallout A > B > C is there in your second flow A > B > C > A right? Then, it will be inclusive.

This is not only for Fallout but for Page Path Report. The difference between both are reports can be explained below:

Path 1 : A > B > E > C > D.

Path 2 : A > B > C > D.

If you have a criteria A > B > C, Path 1 and 2 will be included for Fallout Report since there is a flow from A > B > C even if it is not on the next immediate hit. Also, do remember that Fallout can be based on Visit or Visitor.

For the same criteria, only Path 1 will be included for Page Path Report since Path 1 didn't have the match the criteria on next immediate hits.

Thank You!

Arun